COVID-19: Americans Overwhelmingly Support Vote-by-mail Push
By party, Republicans are more wary
Two-thirds of Americans support voting by mail as an alternative to voting in person on Election Day during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a new poll from USA TODAY and Suffolk University.
But while Democrats and independent voters overwhelmingly back vote-by-mail, the majority of Republican voters oppose it.
The poll found 65 percent of Americans support vote-by-mail as an alternative, a greater than 2-to-1 margin over the 32 percent of Americans who oppose the option. Three percent said they were undecided.
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