Survey Finds 9 Out Of 10 Republicans Believe Mail-In Voting Led To Fraud In 2020 Election

Democrats and their media allies used the coronavirus pandemic to push for mail-in voting in the 2020 election.

Now many accusations of voter fraud are flying in various states and much of it has to do with mail-in ballots.

A new survey finds a massive majority of Republicans believe mail-in ballots led to fraud.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Big problems: 86% GOP see ‘more’ fraud in mail-in voting

Nearly 9-in-10 Republicans believe that the increase in mail-in voting will lead to more voter fraud, a broad condemnation of the process currently under fire in vote counts around the nation.

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In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, 86% of the GOP said it will lead to bigger problems, including 44% who said they are “very concerned.”

And they aren’t alone. Overall, 59% said that they are concerned the practice used by millions in the presidential election will result in more fraud. Among Democrats, Rasmussen said that 36% were concerned about future fraud in mail-in ballots.

President Trump has accused several states of ballot fraud and, as a result, is not conceding the election to Joe Biden, who currently has more votes than Trump.

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Trump supporter Scott Adams recently made this point on Twitter:

There are a lot of questions that need answering:

No matter what happens, millions of Americans will not accept the outcome of this election.

Mail-in ballots is one of the reasons why.


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