As pro-life voters across the nation worry about the legitimacy of the last presidential election and the security of their vote, a new Monmouth University poll shows 80% of Americans support a voter ID requirement to ensure that only American citizens are voting.
The university, which conducts an extensive amount of election polling, asked respondents: “In general, do you support or oppose requiring voters to show a photo I.D. in order to vote?”
Some 80 percent agree while just 18% opposed such a requirement. The poll found no racial divide on the question as 77% of white voters and 84% of non-white voters agreed with requiring an ID.
Americans of all political views also agree with a voter ID, as 91% of Republicans, 87% of independents and even 62% of Democrats agreed with a voter ID.
The public is more divided on expanding vote-by-mail, although a majority would like to see some national voting guidelines established for federal elections.
Moreover, one-third of Americans continue to believe Joe Biden won the presidency only due to voter fraud – a steady trend since November that underlines the crystallization of our nation’s deep partisan divide.
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A large majority (71%) of the public feels in-person early voting should generally be made easier. Just 16% say it should be made harder. Opinion is more divided on voting by mail – 50% say this should be made easier and 39% say it should be made harder
Easing in-person early voting access and requiring photo IDs both have bipartisan majority support. Approval of making early voting easier stands at 89% among Democrats, 68% among independents, and 56% among Republicans. Support for requiring a photo ID to vote stands at 62% among Democrats, 87% among independents, and 91% among Republicans. Only Democrats back making voting by mail easier to do, with 84% supporting this idea compared to just 40% of independents and 26% of Republicans.
More than 2 in 3 Americans (69%) support establishing national guidelines to allow vote-by-mail and in-person early voting in federal elections in every state. Just 25% oppose this idea. Support for establishing national voting guidelines on these issues comes from 92% of Democrats, 63% of independents, and 51% of Republicans.