New Poll Shows Voters Want Tighter Voting Restrictions After 2020 Election

According to a new poll, large majorities of voters want tighter voting regulations following a stream of controversy with the 2020 election.

As reported by Just the News, 70 percent of voters are in favor of an Election Day deadline for mail-in ballots and 76 percent favor requiring photo ID to vote.

Rasmussen also found that 65 percent of voters “believe government agencies should be required to report the vote totals from all ballots either on Election Night or the next day.

Additionally, nearly 60 percent of voters favor a ban on ballot harvesting.

Surveys have shown that while 87 percent of democrats have confidence in the election system, 63 percent of republicans don’t.

“This partisan divide is fairly typical – the party which controls the White House…is more likely to consider the process fair,” Rasmussen noted.