A new poll has revealed that a majority of Republicans, along with 13 percent of Democrats still think that President Joe Biden cheated in order to beat former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
In what is a very small decline since the month of June, when a whopping 41 percent of likely voters stated they didn’t believe that Biden won the 2020 election fairly, 34 percent told Rasmussen Reports that the president didn’t win fairly.
“However, 61% of Republican voters still think Biden didn’t win the presidential election fairly, an opinion shared by 13% of Democrats and 29% of voters not affiliated with either major party,” said the pollster’s new analysis out Friday.
The survey mostly focused on election integrity, and it found continued strong national support for voters showing identification. By a margin of 75%-19%, they back photo ID.
And voters remain on high alert for cheating and election integrity measures, said the pollster.
“Concerns about election integrity remain high, with 83% of voters saying it is ‘Very Important’ to prevent cheating in elections, up from 79% in June,” the Rasmussen poll said.