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Most U.S. voters think 'cheating' affected 2022 midterm elections: Poll

Most voters – 62% – also think that the government is likely "ignoring evidence of widespread election fraud," the poll also found.

Published: April 23, 2023 11:05am

Updated: April 23, 2023 12:05pm

Most U.S. voters – 60% – think that it is likely that "cheating" affected the 2022 midterm elections, according to a new poll. 

Just 35% of likely U.S. voters said they do not think it's likely cheating affected some races in the most recent midterms, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Thursday. 

Of the 60% of respondents who said it is likely cheating affected the outcomes of some of the races, 37% said it is "Very Likely."

When broken down by party, 48% of Democrats think cheating likely impacted some outcomes in 2022 compared to 78% of Republicans.

Most voters – 62% – also think that the government is likely "ignoring evidence of widespread election fraud," the poll also found

The poll was conducted April 17-19 with 915 likely U.S. voters and has a 3% margin of error.

Madeleine Hubbard is an international correspondent for Just the News. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram.

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