New Poll: Nearly 70 Percent of Black Americans Support Republican-Backed Voter ID Laws
A new Rasmussen poll shows that an overwhelming majority of black Americans support voter ID laws backed by Republicans that Democrats claim are racist.
69 percent of likely black voters support voter ID laws while 75 percent of the general public supports these laws. Only 21 percent of voters disapprove of these laws meant to protect election integrity.
Even though many prominent Democrats claim voter ID laws are racist, a firm majority of Democrats support voter ID laws at 60 percent. 89 percent of Republicans support voter ID and 77 percent of all voters support the laws.
As of right now, 36 states have passed some sort of a voter ID law. After the fiasco that was the 2020 presidential election, states are working on tightening their existing voter ID laws or enacting ones that will prevent grotesque fraud from occurring.
Rep. Burgess Owens (R-UT) addressed the ridiculousness of Democrat talking points against voter ID on Twitter:
Big League Politics has reported on states like Georgia passing election reforms immediately after last year’s humiliating farce:
“Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp signed a state election integrity bill into law on Thursday, tightening standards for Georgia’s mail-in ballot system and allowing for state regulation of local boards of elections.
Kemp is signing the law after becoming a lightning rod of criticism for many Trump supporters, with members of his own party blaming him for what they say was a lack of transparency and alleged election fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Joe Biden ultimately won the traditionally red state by 12,000 votes.
Georgia will now require a photo ID to vote absentee by mail. Not everyone will be eligible to request a mail-in ballot in upcoming state elections, with the state having adopted universal mail-in electioneering during the previous election.
The state election overhaul passed the Georgia State House 100-75, with the Georgia Senate accepting changes made to the omnibus-style legislation later Thursday 34-20.“
The public understands that the election system in America is broken, and Republicans should proceed boldly with reforms regardless of any nonsense from the Democrats and the fake news media.