Majority Of US Voters Think 'Cheating' Affected Outcome Of 2022 Midterm Elections
According to a new poll, 60% of US voters say it's likely that 'cheating' affected the outcome of the 2022 midterm elections, while 35% of voters don't think cheating was a factor in some races, Rasmussen reports in a Thursday poll.
Of the 60% who said yes, 37% of them said it was 'very likely' the case.
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60% of all Likely U.S. voters think it is likely that cheating affected the outcomes of some races in last year’s midterm elections and 62% say it is likely that state and federal officials are ignoring evidence of widespread election fraud. https://t.co/guF7GCiewp pic.twitter.com/rPrIoGxy61
By party, 48% of Democrats think cheating was a factor in the 2022 midterms, compared to 78% of Republicans.
62% of those polled also say they think the government is likely "ignoring evidence of widespread election fraud."
The survey of 915 likely US voters was conducted on April 17-19, 2023 by Rasmussen Reports, and has a margin of error of +/- 3%, with a 95% level of confidence.