Monday, October 24, 2016

The poll finds that among Americans overall, only 43 percent have a great deal of confidence that their votes will be counted accurately. That’s unfortunate, to be sure. Meanwhile, the partisan divide is notable: 55 percent of Democrats have a great deal of confidence in the vote counting, while 44 percent of Republicans and 41 percent of Trump supporters feel the same way.

Given that my vote wasn't counted in the 2016 primary, and I've been told twice so far this election that I can't vote because I won't show ID, it's a reasonable concern.

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