Majorities of both likely voters and likely Black voters do not think voter ID laws are racist or discriminatory, according to a new Rassmussen poll.
Leftist Democrats like President Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams have called voter ID laws in states like Georgia “suppression” and even reminiscent of Jim Crow because voters of color were less likely to be able to get an ID.
But 62% of voters overall and 59% of likely Black voters said they didn’t think the laws discriminated.
After all, ID is now required to get or do all kinds of things in society today, like buy alcohol, get on an airplane, or even pick up sports or concert tickets at a will call booth.
Some who are in favor of voter ID laws have pointed out that it could be seen as patronizing to Black voters to suggest that they are unable to get ID that is widely available to everyone.
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