Survey: Was the election free of widespread fraud?

Rasmussen surveyed a variant of that question:

How likely is it that Democrats stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots in several states to ensure that Biden would win?

The answer may surprise some folks…

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About half of all respondents (47%) thought it was somewhat or very likely that Dems stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots.

Predictably, 3 of 4 Republicans thought it was true.

The surprise: nearly 1 in 3 Democrats thought it was somewhat or very likely that Dems stole votes or destroyed pro-Trump ballots.

Gee, even a statistically significant number of Dems think that there was widespread fraud.

Rasmussen didn’t ask the question, but I bet practically all of them think the ends justify the means.

So much for election integrity.

2 Responses to “Survey: Was the election free of widespread fraud?”

  1. Wen Xiao Says:

    It seems much more surprising to me when considering the heavy cover-up from mainstream media and tech companies. I see the hope American people just couldn’t be easily fooled and critical thinking still has its obvious dominance.

  2. Carter-Baker Commission: “Building Confidence in U.S. Elections” | The Homa Files Says:

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