Saturday, August 21, 2010

Rasmussen: 82% Say Voters Photo ID Should Be Required

You can't buy a pack of cigarettes or get on a plane without a photo ID. It seems obvious voters should not be able to help select the President, Congress or local officials without proof of their eligibility. While this is obvious to 82% of voters, Democrats are opposed to this common sense measure. The likely reason for this opposition is Democrats support voter fraud.

Rasmussen reported:
An overwhelming majority of Likely Voters in the United States think all voters in the country should be required to present photo identification in order to vote in U.S. elections.

A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters finds that just 14% disagree... Read more here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Here in New Mexico, it doesn't really matter at this point if they make you show an ID to vote (which they don't by the way). I just heard from our State Senator that as of Dec 31, the New Mexico Driver's license won't be acceptable to fly or be good in other states. We are going to have to get a Passport.

Why is this happening? Well our good Gov. Richardson and the liberal legislature decreed a few years ago that anybody can get a New Mexico driver's license with no proof of citizenship or even proof of address.