Poll: 80 Percent of Democrats Think Making Voting Easier Is More Important Than Ensuring Voter Eligibility

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by Daniel Payne

 

Roughly 80% of Democratic think that getting as many people as possible into the voting booth is more important than making sure each voter is eligible to cast a ballot, a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen shows.

About 70% of Republican voters, meanwhile, think the opposite, believing that election authorities should work harder to verify each voter’s eligibility.

Overall, a majority of Americans, 54%, think that making voting easier for everyone is more important, while 41% think that more vigorously enforcing election laws is a higher priority.

Rasmussen says that independents are more evenly divided on the question than the two major parties, with 49% in favor of easier voting access and 41% in favor of stricter voting rules.

The survey of 1,200 registered voters was conducted by Rasmussen using a mixed-mode approach from September 3-5, 2020.

To see this poll question’s cross-demographic tabulations, click here.

To see this poll question’s methodology and sample demographics, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Reprinted with permission from justthenews.com

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4 Thoughts to “Poll: 80 Percent of Democrats Think Making Voting Easier Is More Important Than Ensuring Voter Eligibility”

  1. 83ragtop50

    In addition to the obvious intent to commit voter fraud this shockingly high percentage only goes to prove that those embracing the Democrat mantra care more for their convenience than they care for honesty and integrity. No surprise there.

  2. Deplorable Bay Stater

    This result is not at all surprising, given the Dems’ history of stuffing ballot boxes with phony votes, ballot harvesting, bogus voter registrations, and countless other schemes. Most Dems probably see this as the easiest, most cost-effective way to win an election. It’s just another example of the Dems practice of twisting words around to make them mean something other then their real meaning. So, just as “Racism/Fascism/Nazism” is anything that differs from their doctrine, “Voter Suppression” now means anything that gets in the way of their unconstitutional election schemes. This has been going on at least since the 1960 election (probably much longer, but I’m too young to remember anything before that), so why would we expect it to change now?

  3. John

    If we are able to vote without proof of eligibility, then I should be able to buy a beer without having to show my ID. Right?

    1. Ron Welch

      Yeah. John!

      And I should be able to buy a gun to exercise my RIGHT to keep and bear (carry) the weapon of my choice without an ID or background check.

      How hard is it go vote any way?? I’m a senior citizen and it is EASY to go vote. And if you can’t, request an absentee ballot, vote and mail it back. EASY!

      Otherwise this is only a way to facilitate and make THE CRIME of vote fraud EASY.

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