Polls: Majority of Georgia Voters Believe Election Fraud Altered Outcome, Want Governor Kemp to Require Signature Verification for Senate Runoff Mail-In Ballots
Two separate polls show that Georgia voters do not think the election results are on the level and that they want their Republican leadership to do more to prevent fraud from happening again in the Senate runoff.
A Trafalgar Group survey released on Friday revealed that 53.2 percent of 1,083 Georgia voters polled think the 2020 election was compromised to the point that it changed the outcome. 37.9 said they did not think so, while 8.9 percent were unsure. Nearly 75 percent of GOP voters answered in the affirmative as well.
And a McLaughlin & Associates poll obtained by The Georgia Star News revealed that out of 800 likely voters, 58 percent of them want Georgia governor Brian Kemp to call a special state legislature session and require signature verification on mail-in ballots for the Senate runoff on January 5th.
Of those who approved of the idea, 81 percent of them “strongly” approved. Only 38 percent of all surveyed disapproved, and four percent answered that they weren’t sure.
Donald Trump will be holding a rally in Georgia Saturday evening to support David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler and to continue to fight the presidential election results:
The president also tweeted that “I will easily & quickly win Georgia if Governor Brian Kemp or the Secretary of State permit a simple signature verification. Has not been done and will show large scale discrepancies. Why are these two ‘Republicans’ saying no? If we win Georgia, everything else falls in place!”