In the US, 32% of respondents believe that Biden won the election because of fraud

According to a survey conducted by the Monmouth University Research Service, this opinion is mostly held by supporters of the Republican Party of the United States.

Many Americans believe that Democrat Joe Biden won the presidential election in November 2020 due to fraud. This is evidenced by the results of an opinion poll, conducted from June 9 to 14 by the research service of the University of Monmouth.

According to the data, 61% of respondents said that they consider Biden’s victory fair. 32% of the survey participants said that the Democrat won over the previous US President Donald Trump “because of electoral fraud.” The others did not answer this question unequivocally.

Slightly less than half of the respondents who believe that the Democrat won because of fraud, said that “they will never recognize Biden as president.” The others said that it is necessary to leave the disputes about the elections in the past. According to the researchers, similar surveys were also conducted in January and March of this year, as well as in November of last year. In all cases, the share of respondents who believe that Biden’s victory was the result of fraud was also 32%. This opinion is mostly held by supporters of the Republican Party of the United States. The latest survey involved 810 adults in the United States. They were asked questions over the phone.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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