‘Vast majority’ support voter ID procedures

‘In post-ACORN world, Republicans exceedingly suspicious’

Nearly 73 percent of likely voters say they agree that state and local voter ID laws that require voters to provide proof of lawful registration are a good idea, and Mitt Romney and the Republican Party have an advantage over Democrats on the issue.

The results are from a new poll conducted for WND by the public-opinion research and media consulting company Wenzel Strategies. It was taken Sept. 7-11 and carries a margin of error of plus or minus 2.99 percentage points.

“The vast majority of Americans across the political spectrum support voter identification laws that guarantee people are lawfully registered to vote,” said pollster Fritz Wenzel in his analysis.  More…


One Comment to “‘Vast majority’ support voter ID procedures”

  1. What make one wonder about Democrats is why they are so against Voters ID. They made folks have two ID’s to get into the Dem.
    convention, and I think voting for our President is much more important than attending a convention. But I guess the Dems know
    it will be harder for them to cheat with voters ID.