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A new national phone and online survey from Rasmussen Reports shows that 66 percent of likely U.S. voters have concerns the outcome of the 2024 presidential election will be impacted by cheating.

Forty percent of likely voters said they are very concerned. Just 31 percent are not concerned, including 14 percent who said they are not at all concerned.

Forty-four percent of voters said they think electronic voting machines are connected to the internet during elections. Thirty-five percent said they do not believe it is likely the machines are connected to the internet during the elections.

Forty-eight percent of voters said they agree with the following statement:

“There is no way Joe Biden got 81 million votes in the 2020 election.”

Thirty-four percent said they strongly agree with that statement. Forty-four percent said they disagreed.

Seventy-six percent of Republicans agreed with the statement, but so did 25 percent of Democrats. Forty-three percent of unaffiliated voters agreed while 45 percent disagreed.

Author: Jacob Hall


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