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POLL: 71% of Voters Think Fraud Impacted Arizona Election Results

'This is about our sacred right to vote... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) According to a recent poll, the majority of Americans believe that election fraud had a major impact on the outcome of the midterm elections in Arizona, Rasmussen reported.

According to the report, over 71% of eligible voters in the United States believe that it is
“likely” that election fraud is widespread in the southwest state.

Among that 71%, another 40% categorized the probability of fraud as “very likely.”

The questions have to do particularly with two major Arizona races: the gubernatorial race between Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs and Republican Kari Lake, as well as the less close senatorial race between Republican Blake Masters and incumbent Democrat Mark Kelly.

Lake made a statement since the election, claiming that “This isn’t about Republicans or Democrats. This is about our sacred right to vote, a right that many voters were, sadly, deprived of on November 8th.”

When asked if they agree with that statement, 72% of voters said yes. Another 18% disagreed, and 10% said they were not sure.

Among those least concerned were President Joe Biden’s most partisan supporters, most of whom believe that elections are totally secure.

The poll was released simultaneous to news of Katie Hobbs using her power as Secretary of State to influence the outcome of the election.

While new reporting confirmed that Hobbs, a Democrat, used her position as secretary of state to threaten county officials with jail if they didn’t certify her election results, Lake was ordered to pay “sanctions” for a lawsuit questioning those results.

Hobbs’s office, in the form of Arizona State Elections Director Kori Lorick, repeatedly “threatened the Mohave County Board of Supervisors with prosecution” if it didn’t certify the widely disputed election results before a Monday deadline.

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