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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