A new Rasmussen poll shared exclusively with War Room reveals 75 percent of Americans support requiring photo identification to ensure a secure election.
The poll of 1,000 likely voters conducted between April 1 – 4, shows a vast majority of voters support measures similar to what was enacted in the Georgia election law protested by major corporations.
Voters were asked: “Are laws requiring voters to show photo identification such as driver’s license before being allowed to vote necessary to a fair and secure voting process?”
Seventy-five percent said “yes,” just 19 percent said “no,” while 6 percent were not sure.
Voter ID has long enjoyed wide support, though Democrats and the media have ignored its popularity. Major League Baseball recently moved the All Star game out of Atlanta for a law that requires ID for mail-in ballots. The move is causing major backlash among average Americans.