More than seven in ten Americans support requiring voters to provide photo identification in order to cast their ballots, a new AP-NORC survey reveals.
Nearly three-quarters (72%) of all American adults favor requiring a photo ID, as do 72% of Independents and 91% of Republicans. Even 56% of Democrats support requiring photo IDs – despite their party’s push to greatly diminish validation of voter eligibility via its “For the People Act” (H.R. 1). Just 13% of Americans oppose the photo ID requirement, the survey finds. — CNS News
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