Many Utahns Believe Widespread Voter Fraud Occurred in 2020, According To Poll
According to a poll conducted by the Deseret News and the Hinckley Institute of Politics, 41% of Utahns believe voter fraud was prevalent in the 2020 presidential election.
The Florida-based pollster Scott Rasmussen surveyed 1,000 Utah registered voters on Jan. 12-15. The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points. Forty nine percent of respondents said that they did not believe widespread voter fraud occurred, while 10% responded that they did not know.
Among respondents who identified themselves as conservative, 68% believed voter fraud was prevalent, while among people who self identified Republican the number was 65%.
When it comes to who is the legitimately the winner of the election, the poll shows that 53% of Utahns believe Biden legitimately won the election, while 36% of Utahns believe Trump won.