New poll finds more concerned about voter fraud than voter suppression

According to a new Quinnipiac poll, more are concerned about voter fraud than voter suppression despite claims from Democrats that election integrity laws spearheaded by Republicans are the new “Jim Crow.”

Biden said during a recent speech “the 21st century Jim Crow assault is real. It’s unrelenting, and we’re going to challenge it vigorously,”

47 percent of participants were more worried about voter fraud compared to 46 percent who were more concerned about voter suppression when asked which is “a bigger problem in U.S. elections.”

The results fell along strict party lines.

85% of Republicans think voter fraud is a bigger problem compared to 84% of Democrats who think voter suppression is the bigger problem.