Among the Americans who believe that foreign government has already interfered in the November election, 76% said it is somewhat or very likely to alter the election’s outcome.
Among the 39% of Americans who believe a foreign government has already interfered in the November election, 76% said it is somewhat or very likely to alter the election’s outcome, according to a survey from the Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape Project. .
Among those surveyed who believe interference has occurred, the majority (59%) believe it is to benefit the Republican party, according to the Nationscape Insights analysis, a project of Democracy Fund, UCLA and USA TODAY.
Twenty percent believe it’s aiding the Democratic Party and 12% say that the interference is trying to help both parties.
More than half (54%) of Democrats say that foreign interference has already occurred, compared to 31% of independents and 31% of Republicans
Although there is also a strong partisan difference as to who the foreign interference is trying to help, even Republicans are likely to say the interference will benefit their party
Nearly 1 in 3 (29%) of Republicans say interference will help the Democratic Party, but about half (51%) say it will help the GOP
Among Democrats, 18% say interference will help their party while 69% say it will help the Republican Party
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