Nearly two-thirds of Iowa caucusgoers feel Biden 2020 win was fraudulent: Entrance polls

According to Monday’s entrance polls ahead of Iowa’s caucuses, over two-thirds of Republicans believe President Biden’s victory in the 2020 election was not legal.

Over 66% of Iowa caucusgoers believe Biden’s victory in the previous election was illegal, while 29% believe it was valid, as per polls. Despite the numbers, claims of voter fraud have been largely debunked.

According to polls, 69% of those who questioned the legitimacy of Biden’s 2020 victory supported former President Trump on Monday.

Among those caucusgoers who felt the president was legitimately in the White House, 53 percent favored former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, including the majority of those who identified as “moderate” or “liberal.”

According to election data from The Hill/Decision Desk HQ, approximately 20% supported Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who finished second following the Iowa caucus.

Nearly two-thirds of Iowa caucusgoers feel Biden 2020 win was fraudulent: Entrance polls

The former president’s multiple legal fights, ranging from four criminal indictments to civil cases, did not appear to have a significant impact on his faithful support during the caucuses, which kicked off the primary voting season.

According to the survey, two-thirds of caucusgoers believe Trump is still qualified for the position even if convicted of a felony. Approximately one-third of them did not agree, with nearly half supporting Haley.

The Associated Press’s VoteCast survey found a similar mood among caucusgoers, with many enthusiastic about the former president. Most Iowans, around 7 in 10, indicated they knew they would back him on Monday.

By the conclusion of the night, Trump had won a remarkable 51 percent of the vote in Iowa, earning 20 delegates, while Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis had 21.2% and 8 delegates, and Haley had 19.1 percent and 7 delegates. Trump also held a huge edge in large swaths of the state.

Following his poor vote results, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy decided to cease his campaign and support the former president.

Trump won 98 of Iowa’s 99 counties, with Johnson County supporting Haley by one vote.

Edison Research conducted entrance polls on Monday across the Hawkeye State among 1,628 caucusgoers who were randomly picked as they entered to vote.

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