2020 Election Results Challenged: Public Doubt Grows

Trump vs. Biden. No such thing as coincidences. Alexander J. Williams III/PopActa
Trump vs. Biden. No such thing as coincidences. Alexander J. Williams III/PopActa

A recent survey conducted by Rasmussen Reports offers valuable insights into public sentiment regarding the 2020 election and concerns about potential election fraud in the upcoming 2024 presidential election. The survey, which included 1,051 probable U.S. voters, indicates that nearly half of the participants (49%) firmly believe that President Joe Biden did not receive 81 million votes in the 2020 election. This belief is plausible to many, given that Biden appeared out of place and did not seem like the man who supposedly garnered such a large number of votes. In contrast, even though former President Trump has been out of office for almost four years, he remains the leading candidate for the GOP in the 2024 election.

Among the surveyed participants, 33% strongly agree with the assertion that Biden did not amass 81 million votes, while 44% disagree. The data also shows that Republicans are more likely to agree, with 72% expressing agreement and 54% strongly agreeing. In contrast, 31% of Democrats and 45% of unaffiliated voters somewhat agree.

Concerns about the vote count are consistent across different racial groups, with 47% of white voters, 49% of Black voters, and 50% of other minority voters expressing some level of agreement that Biden did not receive 81 million votes.

In addition to concerns about the previous election, the survey highlights apprehensions about potential fraud in the upcoming 2024 presidential election. A significant majority of respondents (66%) voiced concerns about the integrity of the election, with 40% indicating they are extremely concerned. However, 32% of respondents stated that they are unconcerned about cheating in the election, including 15% who are not concerned at all.

Concerns about election fraud cut across different political affiliations, with 80% of Republicans, 55% of Democrats, and 64% of unaffiliated voters expressing varying levels of concern. Among Republicans, 54% reported being extremely concerned.

Interestingly, gender does not appear to be a differentiating factor in concerns about election integrity, as 68% of women and 64% of men expressed worry about potential cheating influencing the election. Although it is typically assumed that men are more inclined towards right-wing views, women surveyed were actually more likely to believe that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 election.

The survey also reveals generational disparities, as younger voters show less concern about election fraud, while 40% of respondents over 40 strongly disagree that Biden received 81 million votes in 2020.

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  3. I STRONGLY do NOT Believe that Biden received anywhere close to 81 Million votes! In fact I would put the number at half that!

  4. That election was a farce and everyone knows it. That is why Biden looks like a schnook in his photos!


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