Poll: Only 61% Of Voters Believe 2020 Election Was Determined Legitimately

A poll issued this week by Monmouth University found that only 61 percent of registered voters believe Biden won the 2020 presidential election “fair and square,” signaling a dip in voter confidence since January.

Monmouth University on Monday published poll results of a survey that asked participants if they believe Biden won the 2020 election “fair and square” or if they believe he “only won it due to voter fraud.” The survey was conducted among 810 adults from June 9 to June 14.

The research shows that 61 percent of registered voters believe Biden won “fair and square,” a significant reduction of four percent since January when 65 percent of voters believed he won legitimately. Whereas, about one-third, 32 percent of voters believe that Biden won the election “due to voter fraud,” a number which has remained the same since November. Just seven percent of respondents indicated they “don’t know,” the answer.

The survey also asked questions regarding early voting and whether photo ID should be required to vote. The vast majority, 80 percent, of participants favored “requiring voters to show photo identification in order to cast a ballot.”

A separate poll also conducted by Monmouth University revealed the percentage of Americans who “approve” of Biden’s job performance is just 48 percent, taking a six percent nosedive from April. His support from Democrats and Independents has also tanked by 10 to 11 points, according to the report published Wednesday.

Biden’s approval rating has officially dipped below 50 percent for the first time since January, likely due to his unpopular and radical policies.

With voters becoming increasingly skeptical of whether the 2020 election was determined legitimately, it’s possible we could see a wave of increased support for voter ID laws and other election integrity measures.

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