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Rasmussen: A Majority of American Voters Expect Cheating to Influence the 2024 Election

A majority of voters expect cheating to influence the 2024 Election. 

Rasmussen Reports shared with us this morning the results of another poll regarding the 2024 Election:

A majority of voters expect cheating to influence next year’s presidential election, and see mail-in voting as part of the problem.

Fifty-six percent (56%) of Likely U.S. voters believe cheating is likely to affect the outcome of the next presidential election, including 31% who think it’s Very Likely. Thirty-seven percent (37%) say election cheating is unlikely to affect the 2024 outcome, including 16% who consider it Not At All Likely.

These findings are almost identical to our September survey.

A majority (51%) of voters believe mail-in voting makes it easier to cheat in elections. Fifteen percent (15%) think voting by mail makes it harder to cheat, while 28% say mail-in-voting doesn’t make much difference in terms of election cheating.

Below are the overall results.

2024 Cheating Mail Ballots Nov 2023

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