Preventing cheating in elections is more important than expanding ways to vote, according to a majority of likely voters, who by a large margin also believe voter identification laws are not discriminatory, according to a Rasmussen poll.

Moreover, most Americans now believe cheating in November helped Joe Biden win the presidency, including a majority of non-affiliated voters.

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The Rasmussen poll released Tuesday noted that, of 1,000 likely voters surveyed on Sunday and Monday, 60% thought it was more important to protect against voter fraud than the 37% who felt it was more important to make it easier to vote.

The issue has gained notoriety since late March when the state of Georgia enacted new voting regulations that among other things require identification for absentee ballots. Democrats, including Biden, have characterized the laws as racist, while Republicans have portrayed the new laws as a common-sense way of ensuring voting integrity.

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