Poll: Nearly Half of Voters Say Biden, MLB Should Apologize to Georgia for Attacking Election Integrity Law

Poll: Nearly Half of Voters Say Biden, MLB Should Apologize to Georgia for Attacking Election Integrity Law


Nearly a majority of voters believe President Biden and Major League Baseball (MLB) should apologize to Georgia for targeting the state over its election integrity legislation, which actually increased voter turnout, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday found.

According to Rasmussen Reports’ survey, 56 percent disagree with President Biden referring to the legislation as “Jim Crow 2.0,” and a plurality, 48 percent, said Biden should apologize to Georgia — a sentiment held by most Republicans, 75 percent, and a plurality of independents — 47 percent. Notably, a plurality of black voters, 38 percent, also believe Biden should apologize to Georgia.

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Election Integrity: Does Georgia Deserve Apologies?

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