Despite their nonstop damage control, it appears that Democrats are losing the war on the “cheating” narrative surrounding the 2020 presidential election.
They battled tooth and nail to dispel any suspicions that the 2020 election would be tainted by fraud, but according to this latest survey, their efforts were in vain.
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According to a new Rasmussen poll, a majority of Americans believe that some kind of election fraud occurred during the 2020 presidential election.
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Since Election Day, President Joe Biden has been troubled by concerns about election fraud. In November, a Rasmussen Reports poll showed that 47% of voters believed Democrats stole votes or damaged pro-Trump ballots in many states in order to ensure Biden’s victory. The vast majority of Republican voters believe Democrats lied in 2020. Officials from the Republican Party have responded by launching an election integrity initiative aimed at making it “easier to vote and harder to cheat.”
When asked which is more important: making it easier for everyone to vote or ensuring that elections are free of fraud, 60 percent of Likely Voters say preventing fraud is more important, while 37 percent say making it easier to vote is more important.
Just 22% of voters believe it is currently too difficult to vote, while 34% believe it is too straightforward, and 41% believe the degree of difficulty is about right.
Majorities in all ethnic groups – 59 percent of whites, 56 percent of Blacks, and 63 percent of other minority voters – believe that preventing election fraud is more important than making voting easier.
Similarly, majorities of all ethnic groups oppose the argument that voter ID laws discriminate against other voters – 64 percent of whites, 59 percent of Blacks, and 58 percent of other minority voters.