There isn’t really too much to say about this. The GOP kills ACORN in one election cycle, and then 6 years later, they are open to the idea that the non existent organization will steal the election for Hillary Clinton. It’s an uphill battle against ignorance.
-69% of Trump voters think that if Hillary Clinton wins the election it will be because it was rigged, to only 16% who think it would be because she got more vote than Trump. More specifically 40% of Trump voters think that ACORN (which hasn't existed in years) will steal the election for Clinton. That shows the long staying power of GOP conspiracy theories.
Not shockingly, this phenomenon existed 6 years ago. In Sept, 2010, ACORN also didn’t exist. That didn’t stop 20% of Americans from responding that they thought ACORN would steal that election.
ACORN may not exist anymore but 20% of Americans still think (or at least say they think) it will steal the election to keep Democrats in control of Congress this fall.
That does represent a decrease from last fall in ACORN's perceived ability to steal an election. In November we found 26% of people thought the organization had stolen the 2008 Presidential contest for Barack Obama.
They should also ask the question- “How informed are you on the issues in the 2016 presidential election? Very, somewhat, not much, not at all”