Majority of Voters Say Making It Harder to Cheat More Important Than Making It Easier to Vote

October 14, 2021: Eighty-three percent of voters believe making it easier to vote and harder to cheat should be the goal of election reform. However, a Scott Rasmussen national survey found voters divided on which part of that goal needs to be addressed first.

As of September 2021, 51% say making it harder to cheat is the higher priority, while 37% take the opposite view.

A majority of Democrats (57%) believe making it easier to vote is more important. However, most Republicans (70%) and independents (52%) believe the focus of electoral reform should be making it harder to cheat.

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