Poll Finds Majority Of Georgia Voters Believe Election Was Compromised Enough To Change Outcome

A majority of voters in Georgia believe the 2020 election was compromised, a new poll has found.

These voters believe there were enough problems as to even alter the outcome of the election.

Millions of people in other states surely agree.

Breitbart News reports:

Poll: Majority of GA Voters Believe Election Was Compromised Enough to Alter Results

A majority of Georgia voters believe the 2020 presidential election was compromised enough to alter the results of the election, a Trafalgar Group survey released Friday showed.

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The survey, taken December 1-3 among 1,083 respondents, examined the forthcoming Senate runoff races between Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) and Jon Ossoff (D) as well as Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and Rev. Raphael Warnock (D)…

Robert Cahaly, Trafalgar Group’s chief pollster, added that the survey “shed some light on Georgia voters opinions of whether the #Presidential elections were compromised enough to change the outcome.”

A majority of voters, 53.2 percent, said “yes,” while 37.9 percent said “no” and 8.9 percent indicated that they remained unsure. The majority is even greater among GOP voters exclusively, 74.6 percent of whom expressed the belief that the elections were compromised enough to change the outcome:

See the tweets below:

The media can say the election was fair until they’re blue in the face.

It won’t change the minds of millions of Americans who believe massive fraud took place.

 

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