(Worthy News) – A supermajority of Americans support both voter ID requirements and easier access to in-person early voting, according to a poll released by Monmouth University on Monday.
The poll found that 80% of Americans supported requiring would-be voters to show photo ID to cast their ballot. Only 18% were opposed to such measures. Election administration issues such as voter ID and early voting have become polarized amid voting reform efforts across the country, but a significant majority, or 71%, also said they support making early in-person voting easier to access.. [ Source: Daily Caller (Read More…) ]
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