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In scientific surveys of non-citizens, what portion of them stated "I definitely voted" in the U.S. presidential elections of 2008 and 2012?

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In defiance of laws that require people to be U.S. citizens to vote in federal elections, 8% of non-citizens stated in a 2008 survey that "I definitely voted" in that year's U.S. presidential election. In 2012, 9% said the same. These rates are merely for self-admitted actions, and database matches with voting records found that the actual rates are about twice as high. In 2008, 82% of non-citizens who said they voted also stated that they voted for the Democrat (Obama), and 18% said they voted for the Republican (McCain). Applied to the battleground states of the 2020 election, these rates and party preferences of illegal votes by non-citizens are numerous enough to change the rightful winner in Georgia and Arizona from Trump to Biden. A USA Today "fact check" tried to contest this reality, but it contains 10 misrepresentations, unsupported claims, half-truths, and outright falsehoods.

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