Seventy-five percent (75%) of the 1,000 likely U.S. voters polled say they support requiring photo identification before a person can vote. That's according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.
Twenty-one percent (21%) said they are opposed to requiring identification to vote, says Rasmussen Reports.
This reportedly represents an increase in the number of people who support voter ID from 2018, when 67% agreed that voters should be required to show photo ID before voting.
Majorities of blacks (69%), whites (74%), and other minorities (82%) polled said they support voter ID laws.
Democrat voters are more likely than Republicans to say voter ID laws are discriminatory, says Rasmussen.
Click on the link below to read the poll story in RasmussenReports.com: