62% of Democrats and 91% of Republicans support requiring voter ID
By Paul Steinhauser
Amid plenty of partisan rancor over election integrity and voter suppression, a new national poll indicates that most Americans support requiring voter identification to cast a ballot and easier access to early voting.
And a survey by Monmouth University released on Monday also indicates that the public is more divided on expanding voting by mail.
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