Democrats strongly approve the charges against former President Donald Trump in Georgia, but a majority of voters still suspect cheating stole the election in 2020.
That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
The survey finds that 55% of likely voters say they approve of Georgia bringing criminal charges against Trump and his aides, including 40% who say they "strongly approve."
Forty-two percent (42%) say they disapprove, including 35% who say they "strongly disapprove."
A grand jury in Fulton County last week indicted Trump and several of his aides on charges of illegally interfering with Georgia’s election in 2020.
Eighty-nine percent (89%) of Democrats say they approve of the Georgia charges, but 71% of Republicans say they disapprove.
Voters unaffiliated with either major party are divided, with 45% saying they approve and 48% saying they disapprove of the Georgia indictment.
Fifty-one percent (51%) of all likely voters say they believe it’s likely that cheating by corrupt public officials prevented Trump from winning the Georgia election in 2020, including 31% who say they think it’s "very likely."
Forty-one percent (41%) say it’s not likely Trump was cheated in Georgia, including 28% who say they believe it’s "not at all likely."
To see survey question wording, click here.