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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?

In the run up to the US election, many are questioning the integrity of the election. How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. Electoral fraud, voter suppression, and media bias are just some of the ways certain groups are targeting the US election to rig its outcome.

Electoral fraud is affecting the outcome of the election

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. Increased postal voting due to the coronavirus pandemic will lead to tremendous electoral fraud.

The election is rigged because many postal ballots are not counted

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. Many postal ballots are not even counted as the election is rigged.

The Democratic party can only win by cheating on the ballots

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. The Democratic party under Biden's administration are rigging the election to achieve victory that will be illegitimate.

Some individuals vote more than once to distort the outcome of the election

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. Some individuals vote more than once, either by visiting multiple polling stations or voting both in-person and by post.

There is a well-documented tradition of voter suppression to disenfranchise minority groups

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. Some actors may use sophisticated microtargeting software to specifically focus on suppressing certain groups of the population.

Media bias is responsible for "poisoning" voter opinions

Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate. Media bias via news outlets and digital platforms such as social media post statements that influence voter opinions.

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate. Electoral and postal ballot fraud only occur in isolated instances, and are not frequent.

Electoral fraud happens on a small basis

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate. Electoral fraud happens occasionally, but the incidences of it are highly isolated and rare.

Postal ballot fraud incidences do exist, but are isolated

Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate. There are rare occasions in which postal ballot fraud incidences do occur. These events are isolated and do not occur frequently in the US.

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. Electoral and postal ballot fraud are often overstated and are very rare. The Trump administration's criticisms of the US election's integrity stem from fears of losing.

Electoral fraud is extremely rare

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. The claims of the Trump campaign regarding electoral fraud are often made without much evidence, and are therefore questionable at best.

Postal ballot fraud is a conspiracy theory

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. Voters are far more likely to make mistakes when they cast postal ballots. Claims that postal ballot fraud exists are inaccurate and are based on conspiracy.

So-called claims of "double-voting" are due to clerical errors

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. The rate of potential double-voting is extremely low, and can therefore be explained entirely by clerical errors rather than voter fraud.

Trump’s criticisms of the integrity of the 2020 US election are due to his fear of losing

Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all. The Trump administration is scared of losing the 2020 presidential election and therefore are bringing the integrity of the election into question.
This page was last edited on Monday, 26 Oct 2020 at 10:50 UTC