Most voters nationwide approve of Arizona's ongoing audit of the 2020 election results.
That's according to a survey by Rasmussen Reports.
Although the audit has been widely criticized in the media, 55% of likely U.S. voters say they support forensic audits of election results to ensure there was no vote fraud.
About 29% said they oppose such audits and 17% are unsure.
As for how many voters do not believe Joe Biden won the election fairly: that number comes in at 41% in the survey by Rasmussen Reports.
In the end, Joe Biden won Arizona by just 11,000 votes. He won Maricopa County, Arizona by 45,000 votes, a much larger margin than the statewide count. Donald Trump supporters have raised doubts about the outcome there and in several other key counties in key states that ultimately made the difference between a Biden win and a Trump win.
A significant minority of voters (48%) says that expressing doubt about the election undermines democracy in America, but 34% say it does not.