We know that the mail-in voting system was implemented as a measure to control the vote. The question becomes how far does the fraud go? The Rasmussen Reports and the Heartland Institute conducted a survey that found one-in-five mail-in voters committed voter fraud during the 2020 US Presidential Election.
These are merely the people who admitted to illegal voting practices. Around 21% admitted that they filled out a ballot, in part or in full, on behalf or someone else, while 19% admitted they permitted someone else to vote on their behalf. Another 17% admitted they signed a ballot on behalf or a family member of friend without their permission.
An alarming 17% of mail-in voters surveyed admit they illegally voted in a state where they do not reside. Democrats (36%) were more likely than Republicans (24%) to vote by mail, but both admit to outright voter fraud. If anything, Republicans were slightly more likely to voter fraud, in fact, with 19% admitting to signing a ballot on behalf of a family member or friend compared to 16% of Democrats. As for illegally casting a vote in a different state, 24% of Republicans admitted to doing so compared to 17% of Democrats.