Rasmussen Report: A majority of likely black voters, do not believe voter identification laws discriminate.
Chuck Schumer Called Georgia state election integrity efforts “one of the greatest threats we have to modern democracy in America.”
“Some of these voter suppression laws in Georgia and other Republican states smack of Jim Crow rearing its ugly head once again.
It is 160 years since the 13, 14, and 15th amendments abolished slavery, and Jim Crow stills seems to be with us,”
Schumer from last month’s Senate Rules and Administration Committee hearing on S. 1, or the “For the People Act.”
Pres. Biden called election integrity efforts; “un-American” and “sick,” making “Jim Crow look like Jim Eagle.”
Just NOT SO, according to the majority of U.S. likely voters.
The majority of voters do not consider basic election integrity measures, requiring valid photo identification to vote, discriminatory.
“Do laws requiring photo identification at the polls discriminate against some voters?”
Survey, taken April 11-12 among 1,000 likely U.S. voters, asked.
A 62% majority, said no, Just 29 percent said yes, and 9%t were unsure.
59% of black voters agree: Requiring photo ID at the polls is not discriminatory.
58% who did not identify as either black or white agreed.