Election Transparency Polling

Majority of voters want it to be easy to vote but hard to cheat

64% of voters, including Black (51%) and Hispanic (66%) voters, as well as urban (59%) and Independent (61%) voters, want to strengthen voting safeguards that prevent fraud – not eliminate them.
Source: Honest Elections Project, 2021

More than 3 in 4 voters support voter ID requirements

77% of voters, including strong majorities of Republicans (92%), Independents (75%), and Democrats (63%) all support requiring voter ID. 64% of Black voters, 77% of Hispanics, and 76% of low-income voters reject the notion that presenting a form of ID at the ballot-box is a “burden.”
Source: Honest Elections Project, 2021
Rasmussen Polling found that 75% of likely voters say requiring voters to show photo ID such as a driver’s license before being allowed to vote is necessary to “a fair and secure election process.”
Source: Rasmussen Polling, 2021

More than 3 in 4 voters support voter ID requirements

77% of voters, including strong majorities of Republicans (92%), Independents (75%), and Democrats (63%) all support requiring voter ID. 64% of Black voters, 77% of Hispanics, and 76% of low-income voters reject the notion that presenting a form of ID at the ballot-box is a “burden.”
Source: Honest Elections Project, 2021
Rasmussen Polling found that 75% of likely voters say requiring voters to show photo ID such as a driver’s license before being allowed to vote is necessary to “a fair and secure election process.”
Source: Rasmussen Reports, 2021

Voters support protections on absentee voting

Two-thirds of voters (66%) support increased protections on absentee voting, like requiring voter ID to vote absentee, which S.1. expressly blocks.
Source: Honest Elections Project, 2021

Voters support protections on absentee voting

Two-thirds of voters (66%) support increased protections on absentee voting, like requiring voter ID to vote absentee, which S.1. expressly blocks.
Source: Honest Elections Project, 2021

Vast majority of voters say it's "common sense" to require voter ID

85% of registered voters said it is “common sense” to require photo ID.
Source: FreedomWorks/Scott Rasmussen, 2021