SHOCK POLL: Majority Of Dems Agree Arizonans Were Denied Sacred Right To Vote, But That’s Not The Most Astonishing Part

(Tea Party PAC) – A brand new poll released this week says that a whopping 69 percent of Democrats surveyed think that Arizonans were actually denied the “sacred right to vote” due to all of the issues experienced at polling sites on Election Day in Maricopa County, which led to hours-long wait times to cast a ballot.

What’s more, 65 percent of Democratic Party respondents in the Rasmussen Reports survey agreed that these issues impacted the outcome of the Senate race in the state between Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly and GOP candidate Blake Masters.

According to The Western Journal, the survey revealed that 71 percent of likely U.S. voters believe it likely affected the results of the election, including 40 percent who said it “very likely” did.

“Kelly won the race by 51.4 percent to Masters’ 46.5 percent, a difference of about 125,000 votes,” Randy DeSoto wrote in his report. “The RealClear Politics polling average had the race pretty much at a dead heat going into Election Day. Kelly ended up winning the match-up 51.4 percent to Masters’ 46.5 percent, a difference of about 125,000 votes.”

However, the race between Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs, who is currently serving as the state’s attorney general, and GOP superstar Kari Lake was super tight with Hobbs coming out on top by only 17,000 votes. The individuals who participated in the poll were not specifically asked about that race, however if the senate race was impacted by all of the issues that occurred, how much more so would the one for the governor’s seat?

“Lake has argued that since Republicans voted 3-to-1 over Democrats on Election Day, what happened was large-scale vote suppression of her supporters. Democrats clearly are sympathetic to that view. Rasmussen lead pollster Mark Mitchell pointed out in a Real America’s Voice interview that voter suppression is a big deal with Democrats, really the biggest one when it comes to elections,” DeSoto stated.

“If you ask somebody if it’s more important to prevent cheating or to make sure everyone votes, every single demographic says it’s more important to prevent cheating, except for Democrats,” Mitchell proclaimed. “Here is an example where very clearly maybe hundreds of thousands of people were disenfranchised. That is breaking through the Democrat shell on this issue in a big way.”

Mitchell then pointed out when Rasmussen asked, “Do you agree or disagree with this statement about the election problems in Arizona: ‘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?’” 72 percent agreed, including 69 percent of Democrats.”

“And that’s a Kari Lake quote,” Mitchell commented. “We have 69 percent of Democrats, 35 percent strongly agreeing with Kari Lake, that voters in Arizona were denied their sacred right to vote.”

“The Rasmussen survey of 750 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on November 27-28, 2022. The margin of error is +/- 3.6 percentage points,” the Western Journal noted.

At the end of the day, it’s highly suspicious that two elections in a row have had all kinds of issues in not only the same state, but the same county. Some serious investigative work needs to be done in Maricopa County. Enough is enough. Voting integrity is critical to uphold. It’s a foundational principle of our great nation. Without it, our republic crumbles.

Copyright 2022.

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