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Most Americans trust that elections are fair. But only a third of Republicans agree, a poll finds. Kaz Fantone for NPR hide caption

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Most Americans trust elections are fair, but sharp divides exist, a new poll finds

Many Republicans appear to have bought into Trump's lies about widespread election fraud. A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that just a third of GOP voters say they trust elections are fair.

Festival goers attend Rolling Loud in Miami Gardens, Florida. The annual hip-hop festival has its roots in south Florida but has expanded to now hosts events in Miami, Los Angeles and New York." Rich Fury/Getty Images hide caption

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Why hip-hop festival Rolling Loud seems to be a hotbed for arrests

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Most Americans trust that elections are fair. But only a third of Republicans agree, a poll finds. Kaz Fantone for NPR hide caption

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Most Americans trust elections are fair, but sharp divides exist, a new poll finds

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