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It's been over a week since Election Day, and depending on your political stance you may or may not believe the election is over.

The networks and Associated Press have called the election for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, but votes are still being counted. President Trump and his team believe there was voter fraud happening in states that flipped to Biden.

The 2020 Election will probably end up in the court system before the Electoral College votes on December 14th, 2020.

Do voters think there was voter fraud happening? According to The Hill, it depends on which party you belong to. One poll showed that 70 percent of Republicans don't believe the election was free and fair.

From The Hill:

The response marks a stark increase from the 35 percent of GOP voters who said they felt the election would not be fair before Election Day last Tuesday.

Ninety-six percent of Democrats surveyed said they had trust in the election process and thought it was free and fair, up considerably from the 52 percent of party voters who said they thought it would be before the election.

An overwhelming majority of respondents overall, 69 percent, said they thought the country was going in the wrong direction despite the election results.

Republican respondents expressed specific worries and concerns about election integrity in contested battleground states like Pennsylvania, which was still counting votes Tuesday.

Sixty-two percent of Republicans said they would not trust the results from Pennsylvania. Republicans were also skeptical about results from Wisconsin, Nevada, Georgia, and Arizona.

So what about you? Do you think the election was "free and fair"? Let us know in today's poll question below.