From Rasmussen comes the data that progressives don’t want to acknowledge: requiring an I.D. to vote is a mainstream viewpoint, not something favored by “fringe” elements who seek to disenfranchise others.
A federal judge in North Carolina recently struck down the latest challenge by the U.S. Justice Department to a state law that requires voters to bring photo identification to the polls. Voters continue to strongly support voter ID laws and don’t consider them discriminatory.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 74% of Likely U.S. Voters believe all voters should be required to prove their identity before being allowed to vote. Nineteen percent (19%) disagree.