Many believe that former President Donald Trump won the Maricopa County election, and the recent poll says it all.
According to The Western Journal reports, “a recent poll was conducted and it shows that 62 percent of Arizona Republicans believe the Maricopa County election audit results will show that former President Donald Trump defeated President Joe Biden in the Grand Canyon State.”
It’s not surprising at all, given that the initial findings of the audit were reported last week.
Last week, auditors reportedly informed Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann and state Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen that as many as 74,000 absentee ballots mail-in records are missing.
The initial findings of the audit have sparked widespread speculation about the results in Maricopa County.
The OH Predictive Insights poll conducted from July 6 to 11 with 863 registered voters also determined another 21 percent of Republicans say Biden’s victory will stand, while an additional 16 percent are unsure.
So that’s a combined 78 percent that have at least some doubt about Biden’s win.
Last week, auditors informed Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann and state Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Warren Petersen that as many as 74,000 absentee ballots mail-in records are missing.
In other words, there is no record of ballots being mailed out, but they were counted. That’s a problem.
In addition, auditors said that 11,326 people that did not show up in Nov. 7 voter rolls appeared on Dec. 4 voter rolls. Another 3,981 showed to have voted only registered after Oct. 15, according to statements provided during the hearing.
Biden won Arizona overall by 10,457 votes (0.3 percent), the closest margin of any of the swing states that went for him.
The president flipped Maricopa County, which encompasses the Phoenix metropolitan area, from red to blue in November, which of course in and of itself is no indicator that fraud occurred.