Survey Finds 20% of Mail-in-Voters Admit to Fraud

A survey found that more than 1-in-5 voters who voted by mail said they committed voter fraud.

The poll from Heartland/Rasmussen asked, “During the 2020 election, did you fill out a ballot, in part or in full, on behalf of a friend or family member, such as a spouse or child?” to which 21% of poll respondents said “yes.”

Seventeen percent of respondents said they voted in a state “where you were no longer a permanent resident,” as well as signing a “ballot or ballot envelope on behalf of a friend or family member.”

Ten percent of those who participated in the poll said they have “a friend, family member, co-worker, or other acquaintance who has admitted … that he or she cast a mail-in ballot in 2020 in a state other than his or her state of permanent residence.”

Other respondents reported that a “family member, or organization, such as a political party” offered to “pay” them for voting in the 2020 presidential election.

Justin Haskins, the Director of Heartland’s Socialism Research Center, said the survey results are “nothing short of stunning.”

“For the past three years, Americans have repeatedly been told that the 2020 election was the most secure in history. But if this poll’s findings are reflective of reality, the exact opposite is true. This conclusion isn’t based on conspiracy theories or suspect evidence, but rather from the responses made directly by the voters themselves.”

A June poll from Monmouth University found that 3 in 10 Americans believe Joe Biden won the presidency because of voter fraud.

Among the 30% of respondents who believe Biden’s victory was due to fraud, 68% are Republican.