Monday, August 22, 2016

POLL: 52% Of Republicans Call Voter Fraud Major Problem

By Politico, Aug 22, 2016 

More than any other group surveyed, Republicans are most concerned about voter fraud as a major issue in the November general election, according to the results of the latest Gallup poll released Monday.

Overall, slightly more than one in three (36 percent) of the adults surveyed said they saw it as a major problem, while 32 percent said they viewed the prospect of eligible voters not being able to vote as a significant issue. Along partisan lines, 52 percent of Republicans said they are concerned about votes being cast by people who are not eligible vote, compared with 33 percent of independents and 26 percent of Democrats. The issue does not have a significant difference among whites, of which 37 percent called it a "major" issue, and 35 percent of non-whites who said the same. More than four in 10 in the South (42 percent) suggested they see voter fraud as a major issue, while about one in three in the East, Midwest and West said they saw it the same way.

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