From packing the Supreme Court to granting statehood to D.C., from open border amnesty to teaching Marxist-based “Critical Race Theory” in our schools, Joe Biden and the Democrats are determined to remake America into a socialist nation.
They’re even trying to seize control of our election process through passage of H.R. 1.
But a new poll shows that eight out of ten Americans disagree with Joe Biden on this one major issue.
After all the allegations of fraud and corruption surrounding the 2020 Presidential election, election integrity is one of the top issues on the minds of most Americans heading into the 2022 midterms.
A number of GOP-led states are working to ensure the integrity of future elections by passing election integrity laws that require voters to show an ID in order to cast a ballot.
However, Joe Biden and the Democrats, led by failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, are ramping up the fear-mongering over these new election integrity laws, claiming they’re nothing more than an attempt by Republicans to suppress minority voters.
Major League Baseball (MLB) even pulled it’s 2021 All-Star game from Atlanta after the State Legislature passed a new election integrity law in Georgia.
But a brand new poll conducted by Monmouth University Polling Institute proves that the Democrats’ fear-mongering over election security is not working.
In fact, according to the new Monmouth University poll, eight out of ten Americans – a staggering 80% – support requiring voters to show an ID in order to cast a ballot at the polls.
This flies in the face of Stacey Abrams’ claim that the majority of Americans believe that voter ID laws amount to a racist attempt to suppress minority voters.
“Eight out of 10 of those questioned in the poll support requiring voter ID, including 91% of Republicans, 87% of independents and 62% of Democrats,” reported Fox News.
But voters are more divided when it comes to issues like making in-person, early voting ahead of Election Day easier.
“A large majority (71%) of the public feels in-person early voting should generally be made easier,” wrote Monmouth University. “Just 16% say it should be made harder.”
However, the results are even more divided when asked about voting by mail.
“Opinion is more divided on voting by mail – 50% say this should be made easier and 39% say it should be made harder,” reported Monmouth University.
But even though voters are divided on early voting and voting by mail, there is no disputing the fact that eight out of ten Americans support requiring voters to show an ID in order to cast a ballot.
Only 15% oppose voter ID laws, the exact opposite of the dubious claims made by Stacey Abrams and the Democrats.
Stay tuned to Conservative Underground News for any updates to this ongoing story.