WASHINGTON (Reuters) – 43% of U.S. voters fear violence at polling stations and intimidation of voters in the November 8 midterm elections, according to the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, which ran through Wednesday. is doing. 51% of Democrats and 38% of Republicans support the Democratic Party.
Sixty-seven percent of respondents feared that extremists would riot after the election if they were unhappy with the outcome. About 3 out of 4 Democrats and 3 out of 5 Republicans.
About one-fifth of respondents said they were not confident their votes would be counted accurately. Among Democrats, it was one in ten, but among Republicans, it was one in four.
About two-thirds of Republicans and one-third of Democrats said election fraud was also a widespread problem.
The survey targeted 4,413 American voters.
The midterm elections have been widely viewed as Republican-dominant in the Senate so far, and the possibility of a Republican majority in the House is growing.