Nearly 40% in new poll think Trump should keep pushing for investigations into voter fraud
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Nearly 40% of registered voters believe that President Trump should continue to press for investigations into allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 election, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
Among those surveyed, 39% believe the president should "keep pressing for investigation of potential election fraud" in last month's election, while 53% believe he should "concede the election at this time."
A further 8% were unsure.
Allegations of major voter fraud — particularly mail-in ballot fraud — have shadowed the November election results, even following major media outlets declaring Joe Biden the victor of the race and the Electoral College certifying his victory.
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