Results of Survey on Vote Fraud
|January 9, 2007||Posted by Staff under Banneker, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Vote Fraud: Banneker Center Survey #70
Results of September Survey
Thanks to all the people who sent in their opinions. Here is what you said:
In a democracy, how much effort should be made to count every person’s vote?
60% said this should be a top priority
30% said it’s important, but not the top priority
10% said it’s one goal of many
0% said it’s not very important
Which policy makes vote fraud more likely?
70% said restricting the right to vote
30% said expanding the right to vote
In a democracy, who should be barred from voting?
0% said people with black skin
0% said poor people
0% said female people
30% said young people
0% said disabled people
0% said elderly people
10% said people who were previously incarcerated, then released
0% said homosexual people
0% said people who oppose democracy
0% said stupid people
Should a government be required to be able to prove to you that your vote was counted?
70% said Yes
30% said No
Do you think that a government currently could prove to you that your vote was counted?
20% said Yes
80% said No
Thanks again to all participants!
Now go on to the October survey, on Terrorism Terminology, or
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