Poll: 62 Percent of Voters are Worried about Potential Cheating in 2022 Midterm Elections

Empty envelopes of opened vote-by-mail ballots for the presidential primary are stacked on a table at King County Elections in Renton, Washington on March 10, 2020. (Photo by Jason Redmond / AFP) (Photo by JASON REDMOND/AFP via Getty Images)

A new Rasmussen poll shows that an overwhelming majority of American voters are concerned about the potential for cheating in the Nov. 2022 midterm elections.

The poll shows that 62 percent of all voters “are concerned about the possibility of cheating” during the Nov. 2022 midterm elections. This includes 49 percent of Democrats, 54 percent of independents, 82 percent of Republicans, and 60 percent of black voters. 58 percent of voters understand how mail-in voting results in more cheating in elections, which includes 57 percent of black voters sharing this belief.

60 percent of voters think that opponents of mandatory voter ID laws want to make it easier to cheat in elections, which includes 63 percent of black voters. 61 percent of voters agree with the following statement: “Election Reform must happen in Swing States like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin and Arizona where voters have lost confidence in the electoral process.”

The full findings can be seen here:

Big League Politics has reported on how the FBI is actively profiling proponents of election integrity as potential terrorist threats as the federal regime becomes more openly authoritarian against its opponents:

A new document leak shown by an FBI whistleblower with Project Veritas shows that the deep state organization is profiling “misinformation” and “disinformation” under the category of “election crimes.”

The FBI analysis is part of a “cheat sheet” showing election crimes that are being perpetrated throughout the 2022 midterm elections. Spreading information that is contradictory to the elitist-dictated narrative is now apparently a criminal act, at least in the eyes of the FBI.

“For the following to fall under federal jurisdiction, the following must involve one or more federal candidates on the ballot, election official misconduct, or false voter registration,” the cheat sheet reads.

Disinformation is defined as “false or inaccurate information intended to mislead others,” adding that “disinformation campaigns on social media are used to deliberately confuse, trick, or upset the public.” Misinformation is defined as “false or misleading information spread mistakenly or unintentionally.”

The cheat sheet can be seen here:

… The FBI must be disbanded and its leadership needs to be tried and jailed. This is the only way to make America great again.”

The feds are trying to mute critics of fraudulent elections because too many Americans know what is going on. They want to create a chilling effect where the people are cowed into silence. The midterm elections, of which the results are still not known, are probably the nation’s most fraudulent to date.

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