62% of Arizona Republicans (and almost no one else) say audit will show Trump won

President Trump and Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, faced off in their second and final debate, which was held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee./C-SPAN

By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic

(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are published only to extend coverage of an issue and to stir comments from our readers.)

A new poll shows that 62% of Arizona Republican voters believe the Senate’s election audit will show that Donald Trump really won the election in Arizona.

More than six out of 10 Republicans.

And 27% of them actually believe Trump will be reinstated.

That’s a stunning number when you consider there is no constitutional way to make that happen.

Still, it should have Trump beaming as he sweeps into the state on Saturday for a rally of the party faithful.

Most voters see no credible evidence of fraud

The latest poll numbers from OH Predictive Insights show clearly why the once-respected Senate President Karen Fann would send our beloved state so deeply down the rabbit hole with her Cyber Ninja audit.

She’s chasing Republican voters. (Or perhaps, they are chasing her?)

“If we do not have faith and confidence in our electoral process, then everything we do is jeopardized,” she said, during last week’s Senate briefing on the audit.

But here’s the thing. Most people do have faith in the system.

In fact, 66% of Arizona voters polled say there is no credible evidence of widespread fraud that would have changed the 2020 election results. Put another way, Arizona voters, by a nearly 2-1 margin, discount all the crazy conspiracy talk.


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