Most likely U.S. voters expect cheating will likely affect the outcome of the 2024 Presidential Election according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey.
Fifty-four percent of likely voters believe cheating is likely to impact the outcome, with 30 percent saying they believe it is very likely. Just 41 percent said election cheating is unlikely to affect the 2024 results, with 24 percent saying they do not at all believe it is likely.
Fifty-six percent of voters said it is likely state and federal officials are ignoring evidence of widespread election fraud. Thirty-six percent said it is very likely officials are ignoring such evidence.
Just 40 percent said it is unlikely officials are ignoring election fraud.
Fifty-two percent of voters believe cheating likely affected the outcomes of some 2022 midterm races. Just 38 percent do not think last year’s midterms were impacted by cheating.
Thirty-seven percent of unaffiliated voters trust Republicans more on election integrity while 29 percent trust Democrats more.
While Republicans drive much of the concern of cheating in 2024, with 69 percent believing it is at least somewhat likely, 46 percent of Democrats and 47 percent of unaffiliated voters agree.