Survey finds common sense election integrity measures exceedingly popular, radical left policies unpopular

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Honest Elections Project released an extensive polling memo outlining overwhelming support for election integrity measures as well as discomfort with many of the radical policies being pushed by the far left. The following are some key takeaways from the survey:

  • 88% support requiring a photo ID to vote.
  • 89% believe every ballot should be received by Election Day.
  • 66% of Americans support ending no-excuse mail voting as long as states offer two weeks of early in-person voting, including weekends.
  • 78% of Americans believe states should offer 14 days or less of early in-person voting.
  • Just 13% of Americans believe early voting should begin more than a month before Election Day.
  • 78% of Americans think foreign nationals like Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss should not be influencing elections.

Honest Elections Project Executive Director Jason Snead released the following statement:

“Despite what the far left and many in the mainstream media would have you believe, election integrity measures continue to boast wide support among the American public. And unsurprisingly, Americans don’t want foreign billionaires pumping millions of dollars into election administration offices. When it comes down to it, election integrity measures that make it easy to vote and hard to cheat are just common sense.”

 This Honest Elections Project poll was conducted from July 13-16 among 1600 randomly selected registered voters with a 2.45% margin of error.

A link to the full polling memo can be found here.