This post begins a four-part series about some public opinion research I recently did to gauge attitudes about the termination of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. …
To whet your appetite for what is to come, here’s the executive summary of the whole series:
- Respondents were slightly more concerned about voter fraud in January 2018 than immediately before the 2016 election.
- Respondents were split about 50/50 in whether they followed the work of President Trump’s fraud commission.
- 44% of respondents agreed with the commission’s termination at least somewhat, 31% disagreed, and 25% had no opinion. A majority of Democrats and a plurality of Republicans approved of its termination. More knowledgeable respondents were more likely to agree with the termination.
- Respondents who reported they were already the most concerned about vote fraud report becoming even more concerned about vote fraud when read statements making claims about the frequency of fraud. CONT.
Charles Stewart III (MIT), Election Updates