(FixThisNation.com) – A new Rasmussen Reports poll found that 33 percent of U.S. voters stated that there was “no way” President Joe Biden had received 81 million votes in the 2020 election. Forty-four percent of voters however disagreed that there was “no way” he had received so many votes.
More specifically, 72 percent of Republicans believed that there was “no way” he had received that many jokes. Of those 54 percent “strongly agree” with that statement. However, on the Democrat’s side, only 31 percent believe that Biden did not receive that many votes. Among independent voters, 45 percent of those not affiliated with either major party stated that they somewhat agreed that Biden had not received so many votes.
This belief of Biden not receiving so many votes was also more prevalent in minorities, as 49 percent of Black voters and 50 percent of other minorities did not believe he got 81 million votes. Among white voters, 47 percent also thought that Biden had not gotten that many votes.
At the same time, this belief also appears to affect how likely voters are to view the upcoming election, with 66 percent stating that they are worried about cheating. Thirty-two percent stated they were not concerned about cheating, with 15 percent stating they were not at all concerned.
Men and women are evenly divided, with 68 percent of women and 64 percent of men being concerned about how cheating might be affecting the elections.
The survey was conducted among 1,051 likely U.S. voters, on June 25-27.
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