According to an AP-NORC poll released on Friday, a large majority of Americans agree that voters should be forced to display photo identification in order to vote.
According to the survey, 72 percent of those polled believe that some kind of identification should be needed in order to vote. Ninety-one percent of Republicans and fifty-six percent of Democrats favor voter identification.
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Sixty percent of Americans agree that when people get a state identification card or driver’s license, they should be automatically eligible to vote.
People should be permitted to register to vote at the polling place on election day, according to 53% of those surveyed. Sixty percent of Democrats and thirty-eight percent of Republicans supported this alternative.
The House of Representatives passed H.R. 1, also known as the “For the People Act,” in March. People will be eligible to register to vote on the same day for federal elections, have automatic voter registration through state agencies, and have a two-week early voting period. It will also encourage people who sign a sworn declaration to vote without providing proof of identity.
“A bill introduced in Congress will require all states that have an ID requirement to compel voters to sign a sworn statement under penalty of perjury and have their vote counted.” – According to the Associated Press
The AP-NORC poll included 1,166 adults from around the country who took part in an online or telephone survey. The poll was conducted between March 25 and March 29, 2021.