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74 Percent of Americans Believe Voter I.D. Should Be Required to Vote

PluckyMo Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 8:16 AM
So... 1) This group that liberals say will be disenfranchised does nothing but sit around all day in a home that is not theirs (I mean not even leased to them), or... 2) This group that liberals say will be disenfranchised already have picture ID, but the liberals are (at best) looking for something to whine about, or... 3) I have been discriminated against my entire life by being required to show ID. (which I doubt) Choose your scenario. None of them is a good argument against requiring photo ID to allow registered voters to cast their ballots.
Drifter33 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 8:30 AM
The left doesn't want voter ID--it would mess up their reliance on voter fraud.

A new Washington Post poll shows a whopping 74 percent of Americans believe photo identification should be required to cast a ballot in U.S. elections.

The question:

Q: In your view, should voters in the United States be required to show official, government-issued photo identification -- such as a driver?s license -- when they cast ballots on Election Day, or shouldn't they have to do this?

The results: