Most voters believe cheating is likely to impact the outcome of the 2024 Presidential Election according to a recent national phone and online survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports.
Fifty-six percent of likely voters said they believe cheating is likely to affect next year’s presidential election. That includes 31 percent who said it is very likely. Just 37 percent said cheating is unlikely to impact the outcome.
Fifty-one percent of voters said mail-in voting makes it easier to cheat. Just 15 percent believe mail-in voting makes it more difficult to cheat. Twenty-eight percent said mail-in voting doesn’t make much difference in terms of cheating.
While most voters believe cheating will impact the results, 60 percent said it is more important to make sure there is no cheating while 37 percent believe making it easier for everyone to vote is more important.
Sixty-one percent of Democrats said it is more important to make it easier for everyone to vote than to have no cheating. Eigthy-one percent of Republicans said it is more important to have no cheating than to make it easier for everyone to vote.
Sixty-seven percent of unaffiliated voters believe it is more important to make sure cheating doesn’t happen. Just 29 percent of unaffiliated voters believe it is more important to make it easier for everyone to vote.
While 73 percent of Republicans believe it is at least somewhat likely cheating will impact next year’s race, 55 percent of unaffiliated voters and 40 percent of Democrats agree.