A new poll in Georgia showed that a majority of the state’s voters–Republican and Democrat–believe that the 2020 presidential election was compromised enough to change the results of the election.
53% of voters agreed with the idea that fraud and irregularities changed the outcome of the race, and that number was 75% when only Republicans were considered.
Only 38% said they didn’t believe the election was compromised enough to change the outcome, and 9% said they weren’t sure.
In the Senate runoff election races being held in January, Jon Ossoff (D) leads Sen. David Perdue (R) by less than one percent, and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) leads Rev. Raphael Warnock (D) by just about five percent, with 4.6% undecided and a 2.89% margin of error in the poll.
President Donald Trump is urging Georgia voters to vote for the Republicans in the race no matter what happens with his presidential bid.
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