(FeaturedNews.com) – The AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll found that only 22 percent of Republicans are very confident that the votes in the 2024 Presidential race will be accurately counted. In contrast, 71 percent of Democrats have high confidence that the counting and voting are going to be accurate.
Apart from along partisan lines, there was also a stark difference in people’s beliefs on the voting system based on their level of education. While 60 percent of those with a college degree were confident in the accuracy of the votes, only 35 percent of those with no college degree felt the same.
Democrats and Republicans also have different opinions on what the main problems the electoral system is facing are. While Democrats are worried about gerrymandering and voter suppression, Republicans are far more concerned about voter fraud.
The majority of Americans also supported the idea that photo identification should be required during the election process, with 87 percent of Republicans and 60 percent of Democrats supporting the use of additional identification.
The 2024 election is approaching quickly, with Biden, Trump, and DeSantis currently being the most likely to secure the presidency. Other notable candidates are the ever-controversial Democrat Robert F. Kennedy Jr., former New Jersey Governor and Republican Chris Christie, as well as Nikki Haley and Tim Scott.
At the time of this report, a rematch between Biden and Trump seems to be the most likely outcome.