The 73 percent of African Americans surveyed by Rasmussen between April 1 and April 4 agree that it is necessary to identify oneself when exercising the right to vote, thus contributing to a “fair and secure election process.”
The specific question to 1,000 respondents was, “Are laws requiring voters to show photo identification such as a driver’s license before being allowed to vote necessary to a fair and secure election process?” according to Breitbart on April 6.
Even higher is the percentage of voters belonging to other population minorities who support such laws.
In this case, 81 percent of them are convinced that it is necessary to identify themselves when voting, certify that they are exercising that right legally, and substantially reduce fraud chances.
In general, 3 out of 4 people consulted by the pollsters, 75%, consider it necessary to have laws requiring identification with a document showing the voter’s photo.
According to this survey, approval of showing ID by Republicans is even higher, reaching 89%, and among Democrats, 65% also see the need for identification.
These results evidence the enormous rejection by Americans of the measures pushed by the Democrats to abolish the presentation of a document that identifies each voter.
It also demolishes the Democrats’ narrative that voter verification requirements are a means of suppressing minority voting.
This version of the Democrats: “It bothers the hell out of me. And what’s worse is that they never show data how, somehow, black people don’t have access to IDs, or it disproportionately affects them because they simply can’t get it,” said Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.).
Donalds said the Democratic bias on the issue is disrespectful and a display of bigotry.
“And so, for the left to use this as somehow, having an ID is somehow hindering your right to vote is outrageous to me,” he added.
Even more concerning, Rasmussen states that most citizens condemn the boycott that Democrats and big business are promoting against Georgia.
“Major League Baseball pulled its All-Star Game from Atlanta to punish Georgia for enacting a new election integrity law, but most voters support the law and oppose calls for business boycotts against Georgia,” Rasmussen wrote.