In the past few years, it has been apparent that there has been an undue influence on the results of elections in the US. For instance, in 2020, Mark Zuckerberg gave over $400 million to two left-wing foundations.
It’s common for local officials to use the money they receive to recruit voters, especially those from Democrat-controlled districts. Then, the FBI intervened in the election, warning social media users about Russian disinformation.
It was also reported that the Biden family received millions of dollars in payments from Russia and China. This was not disinformation, but an accurate report about their international business activities.
A new survey revealed that a majority of Americans don’t trust the results of the elections to be fair. A total of 56.8% of voters said they don’t think the country's elections are truly fair.
A total of 17 percent of Americans said they have "somewhat trust," while 17.9% said they have "somewhat distrust," and 21.9% stated they have "strong distrust." The survey was conducted by the Convention of States Action and The Trafalgar Group. It was conducted from November 16 to 20.
Despite the importance of free and fair elections in the US, the country is at a critical point in its history due to the increasing number of Americans who don't trust the results of elections. According to Mark Meckler, the president of the convention of states, this issue could threaten the country's democracy.
Despite the lack of federal leadership, the issue of election integrity can still be addressed at the state level. As a result, state legislatures should prioritize strengthening the integrity of the balloting process. Governors should also step up the enforcement of the law.
The results of the survey showed that independent voters are more likely to align with Republicans on the issue of election integrity. Around 57.5% of them said they don't trust the results of the elections. The survey also revealed that the way the US conducted the elections has become problematic. In the past couple of elections, there have been several weeks of voting and the counting of found ballots.
Almost half of America's voters don't trust the results of the elections, which typically take days or weeks to be certified.
The results of the survey showed that independent voters were more likely to align with Republicans on the issue of election integrity. A total of 51.6% of them said they don't trust the results of the elections.
Even nearly one-third, 31.9%, of Democrats agreed.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on WND.