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What are the implications of Kanye West running for President?
Kanye West will split the Democrat vote
Kanye West appeals to young, black Democrats
Polling suggests Kanye is more popular with Democrats than Republicans.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate
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.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate
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.
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What are the implications of Kanye West running for President?
Kanye West will split the Republican vote
Kanye West appeals to Republican voters
Having expressed his support for President Trump in the past, Republicans see Kanye as one of them.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate
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.
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What are the implications of Kanye West running for President?
There are no implications to Kanye West running for president
Kanye West cannot win the US election
Kanye has made his decision to put in a 2020 election bid too late to make a difference to the election outcome.
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What are the implications of Kanye West running for President?
There are no implications to Kanye West running for president
Kanye West is simply promoting his new album, 'God's Country'
Kanye Wests's presidential bid is a PR stunt designed to promote Kanye West's new album, "God's Country". Predictably his presidential bid attracted a lot of media attention, which will be used to sell more record copies.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate
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.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate
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.
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What are the implications of Kanye West running for President?
Kanye West will split the Democrat vote
Kanye West is strategising to put Trump back in office
The point of Kanye's masterplan is to keep his long time ally President Trump, in office.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate
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.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all
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.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are very accurate
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.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are only partially accurate
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.
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How accurate are claims that the US election is rigged?
Claims that the US election is rigged are not accurate at all
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.
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