Over half of voters in a new poll say cheating likely impacted 2020 presidential election
Seventy-four percent of Republicans and 30% of Democrats said cheating impacted the 2020 election, according to Rasmussen poll.
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A majority of voters say cheating likely impacted the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, according to a new poll by Rasmussen Reports poll.
Fifty-one percent of polls respondents said cheating likely affected the outcome, among them 35% who said it was "very likely" impacted the results.
Along party lines, 74% of Republican respondents said cheating impacted results, compared to 30 percent of Democrats who did not.
President Trump after losing the election repeatedly told his Republican supporters that cheating at the polls resulted in his narrow defeat. Democrats and others argued there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
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