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Most likely U.S. voters still believe cheating is likely to impact the outcome of the 2024 presidential election according to a recent national phone and online survey from Rasmussen Reports.

Fifty-two percent of voters said cheating is likely to affect the election, including 27 percent who said it is very likely. Just 37 percent said cheating is unlikely to affect the outcome.

Fifty-four percent of voters said government officials have not done enough to prevent cheating in elections. Only 32 percent said enough has been done.

Sixty-one percent of voters said it is more important to prevent cheating in elections while 34 percent said they think making it easier to vote is more important than preventing cheating.

Fifty percent of unaffiliated voters said it is at least somewhat likely cheating will impact the presidential election. Fifty-four percent of unaffiliated voters said government officials have not done enough to ensure election integrity.


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