On Thursday, Rasmussen Reports released a 2024 Georgia presidential poll between leading 2024 presidential candidate and 45th President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, as per usual, won by a landslide.
Rasmussen Reports and The Absolute Truth with Emerald Robinson surveyed 1,061 Georgia likely voters between September 8 -11 and found that if the 2024 presidential election were held today, President Trump would beat Joe Biden with a nine-point landslide victory, with 47 percent to Biden’s 38 percent.
“I’m the leading candidate by 50 points, and I’m leading Biden by a lot. And they want to see if they can silence me,” Trump correctly said during a speech on Friday at the Pray Vote Stand Summit.
“A majority (52%) of Georgia voters believe it’s likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election in the state, including 30% who say it’s Very Likely cheating affected the election outcome. Thirty-five percent (35%) don’t think it’s likely the 2020 Georgia election was affected by cheating, including 22% who say it’s Not At All Likely. Another 13% are not sure,” Rasmussen reported.
Although Joe Biden reportedly beat Trump with 49.5 percent to Trump’s 49.3 percent in the 2020 presidential election, Rasmussen found that only 39 percent of respondents said they voted for Biden, while 46 percent said they voted for Trump.
81 percent of Republicans, 46 percent of Democrats, and 56 percent of independent voters are concerned their election results aren’t accurate. Overall, 62 percent of Georgia voters said they are concerned the election results aren’t accurate and 38 percent are very concerned.
Far-left Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has outraged Georgia voters as 56 percent of likely Georgia voters believe Trump is being treated unfairly.
"Fifty-three percent (53%) of Georgia voters would support state officials convening a special session of the legislature to stop Willis from prosecuting Trump, including 37% who would Strongly Support such a move. Thirty-eight percent (38%) would oppose a special legislative session to stop the Fulton County prosecution of Trump, including 30% who would Strongly Oppose it," Rasmussen reported.