Poll: Two-Thirds Say Mail-In Voting Would Increase Voter Fraud
Never letting a crisis go to waste, mail-in voting is one of countless policies that leftists have used the coronavirus as a Trojan horse to justify.
That mail-in voting would lead to fraud seems obvious, especially considering that we live in a country where hundreds of thousands of dead people received stimulus checks. If we can’t send out checks correctly, what makes anyone think we can send out ballots without similar mistakes? Considering the fact that the dead already tend to vote exclusively Democrat, it certainly wouldn’t be good if they received ballots to aid that further!
Illegal aliens could also receive ballots, especially in the states that bend over backwards to accommodate them. Government Accountability Institute Research Director Eric Eggers says it is “fair to assume” that many illegal aliens will receive mail-in ballots in California. “Basically, what you’ve got is this hodgepodge of a lack of oversight, lacks regulation, and confusion by the general public,” Eggers said. “And oh, by the way, there’s a global pandemic, so many people are focused on other things at the moment. And so … here come all the ballots, and yes, many of the people that will get the ballots will be legal voters, but many of those ballots will end up somewhere other than in the hands of legal [voters], and that’s exactly where the recipe for fraud can occur.”
While American voters don’t agree on much, they do agree that voting by mail would increase voter fraud. According to Carrie Sheffield:
Nearly two-thirds of American voters say the country moving entirely to mail-in voting would likely increase voter fraud, according to the latest Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
Sixty-two percent (62%) of voters believe that having everyone vote by mail is likely to increase voter fraud, while just 29% disagree. The totals include 39% who believe an increase in fraud is Very Likely and just 15% who say it is Not at All Likely.
Rasmussen noted what he called “a massive partisan divide” – 81% of Republicans believe voting by mail would lead to more fraud. Democrats are evenly divided (48% say it’s likely, 45% disagree). Among Independent voters, 59% believe it would probably lead to an increase in voter fraud while 27% disagree.
As you gleaned from the poll, more Democrats agreed that mail-in voting would increase voter fraud than disagreed by a slim margin.
Among the Democrats in power pushing mail-in voting, I assume 100% are in agreement that it’ll increase voter fraud.