EXPLOSIVE: NEW Rasmussen Poll Reveals That Trump-Endorsed Kari Lake, Abe Hamadeh, Mark Finchem Likely WON The 2022 Election

A new poll from Rasmussen shows that Abe Hamadeh, Kari Lake, and Mark Finchem were exceedingly popular among voters in the 2022 General Election, and it was likely stolen from them all when over 59% of machines malfunctioned and failed Republican Election Day voters.

This was clear election sabotage, and it was thrown in our faces by Maricopa County attorney Tom Liddy who blamed Republican voters for choosing to vote on election day, telling them, “Your reap what you sow.

The Gateway Pundit reported yesterday that Rasmussen polled American voters from every party and discovered that an outstanding 55% of voters believe that Republican politicians in Washington D.C. worked secretly with Democrats to keep President Trump from being reelected in 2020.  67% of Republicans also believe this to be the case. President Trump won by a landslide in terms of favorability.

Rasmussen Poll Shows a Majority of ALL Voters Believe Trump’s 2020 Campaign Was Sabotaged by GOP D.C. Politicians

Mark Mitchell from Rasmussen told Steve Bannon yesterday that Rasmussen was going to have “more explosive stuff coming out of Arizona” on Friday.

The new explosive poll just hit the airwaves, and with 95% confidence and a 3% margin of error, the results show that the election was rigged and stolen from the Trump-Endorsed candidates for Arizona’s statewide positions.

Rasmussen asked voters who they chose in the 2022 Election and discovered that Kari Lake likely had 51% of support to Katie Hobbs’ 43%, Abe Hamadeh had 49% to Kris Mayes’ 43%, and Mark Finchem, who supposedly lost by 120,000 votes, had 46% of support among all voters to Adrian Fontes’ 43%.

The results are as follows:

Asked of those who voted in November 2022:

For Governor, did you vote for Republican Kari Lake or Democrat Katie Hobbs?

51% Kari Lake
43% Katie Hobbs
5% someone else
2% not sure

For Secretary of State, did you vote for Republican Mark Finchem or Democrat Adrian Fontes?

46% Mark Finchem
43% Adrian Fontes
5% someone else
6% not sure

For Attorney General, did you vote for Democrat Kris Mayes or Republican Abe Hamadeh?

43% Kris Mayes
49% Abe Hamadeh
4% someone else
5% not sure

Additionally, 55% of Arizona voters believe it is likely that election problems in Maricopa County changed the outcome of the election, and 50% of Arizona voters believe it is likely that 2022 election irregularities in heavily Republican areas of Arizona happened intentionally to suppress Republican votes.

35% say it is “very likely” that outcome-changing issues occurred in Maricopa County.

The Gateway Pundit has reported on the ongoing legal challenges by Lake and Hamadeh. Mark Finchem was recently hit with sanctions by a corrupt RINO Doug Ducey-appointed judge for challenging his race.

Kari Lake gave the following statement to The Gateway Pundit ahead of this major release:

Kari Lake: When the race was called for Katie Hobbs, I tweeted, “Arizonans know BS when they see it.”

One of the most trusted pollsters in America has now confirmed that I was correct. No amount of gaslighting from corrupt officials in Maricopa County and their minions in the Fake News can change what we all saw with our own eyes.

The Red Wave hit Arizona, and the sinister forces that tried to stop it continue to be exposed.

Rasmussen’s official Twitter page shared a video of disenfranchised voters on Election Day in Maricopa County, Arizona, saying,

Today we revisit Arizona – with a new statewide likely voters survey focused on Election Integrity.

The Maricopa County attorney has argued in court that what you see below is not voter suppression. A majority of Nov 2022 voters in Arizona beg to differ. 

From Rasussen:

Among other findings of the Rasmussen Reports/College Republicans United survey:

– Lake remains more popular than Hobbs with Arizona voters. Forty-four percent (47%) of Likely Arizona Voters view Hobbs favorably, including 25% who have a Very Favorable impression of the Democratic governor, while 46% view her unfavorably, including 34% who have a Very Unfavorable opinion of Hobbs. Fifty-one percent (51%) view Lake favorably, including 30% who have a Very Favorable impression of the Republican candidate. Forty-two percent (42%) view Lake unfavorably, including 33% who have a Very Unfavorable impression.

– President Joe Biden is less popular in Arizona than former President Donald Trump. Forty-five percent (45%) of Likely Arizona Voters approve of the job Biden is doing as president, including 24% who Strongly Approve. Fifty-four percent (54%) disapprove of Biden’s job performance as president, including 44% who Strongly Disapprove. Fifty-two percent (52%) view Trump favorably, including 30% who have a Very Favorable impression of the former president. Forty-six percent (46%) view Trump unfavorably, including 37% who have a Very Unfavorable impression.

Arizona voters overwhelmingly support stronger border enforcement. Sixty-seven percent (67%) of the state’s voters believe the government is doing too little to reduce illegal border crossings and visitor overstays. Seventy percent (70%) think the government should mandate that all employers use the federal electronic E-Verify system to help ensure that they hire only legal workers. Only 22% of Arizona voters rate the Biden administration as doing a good or excellent job in handling the issue of illegal immigration, while 52% rate the administration as doing a poor job on the issue.

– Although more Arizona voters say they voted for Lake than Hobbs in the 2022 gubernatorial election, there is no similar discrepancy in the state’s U.S. Senate election. Fifty percent (50%) of Arizona voters who voted in 2022 say they chose Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly, while 46% say they voted for GOP challenger Blake Masters. In the official tally, Kelly got 51% to Masters’ 46%.

– Forty-nine percent (49%) of Arizona voters believe it’s likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including 29% who say it’s Very Likely. Forty-two percent (42%) don’t think cheating affected the presidential election outcome, including 29% who say it is Not At All Likely. Seventy-nine percent (79%) of Republican voters in Arizona believe it’s at least somewhat likely that cheating affected the 2020 presidential election, as do 29% of Democrats and 48% of voters not affiliated with either major party.

Thirty-five percent (35%) of Arizona voters say they have seen compelling evidence that makes them believe there was election fraud in the Arizona 2022 elections, while 50% say they haven’t seen such evidence, and another 15% are not sure. Fifty-three percent (53%) of Arizona Republican voters say they’ve seen compelling evidence of election fraud in 2022, as do 17% of Democrats and 32% of unaffiliated voters in the state.

– Fifty-nine percent (59%) of Arizona voters are confident in their state’s elections in general, including 35% who are Very Confident. Thirty-six percent (36%) are not confident in Arizona’s elections, including 13% who are Not At All Confident. While 59% of Arizona Democrats say they’re Very Confident in the state’s elections, only 18% of Republicans and 33% of unaffiliated voters in Arizona share that level of confidence.

– Fifty percent (50%) of Arizona voters believe it is likely that 2022 election irregularities in heavily Republican areas of Arizona happened intentionally to suppress Republican votes, including 31% who say it’s Very Likely. Forty-three percent (43%) don’t think it is likely intentional irregularities suppressed Republican votes in 2022, including 29% who believe it is Not At All Likely. Seventy-two percent (72%) of Arizona Republican voters think such 2022 election irregularities were at least somewhat likely, an opinion shared by 26% of Democrats and 47% of unaffiliated voters.

“Kari Lake came within fractions of a percentage point of winning in the official certified ballot totals,” Chairman Thomas of Republicans United said. “Arizonans must not be left for the next two years with these deep uncertainties about something as fundamental as the integrity of Arizona elections. The Arizona Supreme Court is the only state institution left that’s capable of resolving these large popular and procedural election uncertainties in a manner consistent with Arizona law. We wish them the courage, fortitude, and wisdom this complex, contentious, and vital task will require.”

The Gateway Pundit will continue to provide updates on Arizona election integrity!

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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