Voters are Still Concerned About Election Cheat and Don’t Trust Mail-in Voting

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According to a Rasmussen Reports poll published on November 14, 2022, 57% of likely United States voters believe that it’s likely the result of several elections in 2022 will be impacted by cheating. Of these voters, 30% believe it’s “very likely” that these elections will be shaped by cheating. 

40% don’t believe election outcomes in 2022 are likely to be impacted by cheating, which includes 18% who say it’s “not At all likely.” 56% of voters believe it’s more important to ensure there is no cheating in elections, whereas 41% believe it’s more important to make it easier for all Americans to vote.

A majority (52%) believe mail-in voting facilitates cheating in elections. 14% believe voting by mail makes it more difficult to cheat. On the other hand, 30% indicated that mail-in-voting doesn’t have much of an impact in terms of cheating that goes down in elections.

70% of Republicans believe mail-in voting facilitates election cheating. By contrast, 41% of Democrats and 45% of independent voters don’t share this belief.

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