New Poll Shows Election Reform Needed In America

( A new poll from Politico and Morning Consult reveals how most voters in the United States agree that the Electoral Count Act should be changed, following the events of January 6, 2021.

The Electoral Count Act is a piece of legislation that former President Donald Trump tried to use to reject the Electoral College’s vote, based on evidence of widespread misconduct and fraud that swung the 2020 presidential election in Joe Biden’s favor. The legislation is designed to give the Vice President the power to reject electors in instances like this.

The poll, however, showed how some 55% of voters support reforming the act to clarify the role of the vice president. It found that 68% of Democrats supported the move – obviously – while 50% of Independents agreed. Some 44% of Republicans supported the move.

It proves that most Democrats buy the Big Lie that President Donald Trump attempted to overthrow democracy in 2020 – a lie perpetuated by all high-profile Democrats and even much of the mainstream media. It also demonstrated how Independents are less likely to be swayed by the Democrats’ lies – but that 50% still believe that the law should be reformed in the wake of the events of January 6. A majority of Republicans saw through this blatant attempt at removing measures designed to prevent presidents from being inaugurated off the back of a fraudulent election.

The poll did show, however, that many voters don’t see electoral reform as a top concern.

No kidding. With inflation worsening by the day, and hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens pouring over the southern border every single month, who would?

32% of the respondents in the poll chose “None of the above” when asked what their main priority was on the topic of electoral reform.

Interestingly, the poll also found that 61% of Americans believe that Election Day should be a federal holiday, and 56% said that same-day voter registration should be expanded.

The data shows that people care about making voting accessible, but pollsters didn’t ask people how they feel about the chain-of-custody complications that come with the use of unmanned drop-boxes and main-in voting.

Wouldn’t it be interesting to see some data on that?