Only half of voters say Congress gave 'fair hearing' to election fraud

President Donald J. Trump speaks on Election Night 2020 (Video screenshot)

Joe Biden may have been sworn in as president on Wednesday and Kamala Harris as vice president.

But that doesn’t mean many Americans believe it was right.

A new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen found only 49% of voters believe election fraud allegations were given a “fair hearing” by Congress.

Almost 4 in 10, 38%, said the allegations were “swept under the rug.”

Among the concerns that were raised after the November vote.

  • Why were election observers in Georgia sent home, then workers ran ballots from suitcases that had been hidden under tables through the counters?
  • Why did multiple states abruptly stop counting votes in the middle of the night?
  • Why, when the counting in those states restarted, were there surges of tens of thousands of votes solely for Joe Biden?
  • Why did courts decline to intervene when state officials violated their own state law regarding elections and the procedures for verifying mail-in ballots?

The poll found 45% of voters 45-54 and half of those 55-64 said the problems were “swept under the rug.” Also 47% of those over 65.

Forty-three percent of whites and one-third of Hispanics agreed. The stark division in the country remains, with 70% of Republicans, 74% of those who are very conservative and 51% of rural residents agreeing.

Even 10% of Democrats said Congress should have done more investigating.

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