62 Percent Of Voters Concerned About Cheating In Midterms

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  • Concerns about election cheating remain high, and a majority of U.S. voters believe every state should require that ballots be available immediately after elections for bipartisan voter reviews to enhance election confidence and transparency.
  • Only 23% are against ballot reviews, while 21% are not sure, according to the findings of a survey by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse.
  • Sixty-two percent of voters are concerned about the possibility of cheating in this year’s midterm elections, including 39% who are very concerned, 16% who are not very concerned, and 17% are not at all concerned, according to Rasmussen Reports.

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