How do you feel about the Voter ID issue in Minnesota?


Polls and surveys are very good indicators of where people are on a certain issue. They also, over time, indicate a shift in sentiment if any.

Recently the Star Tribune conducted a survey asking people how they felt about the Constitutional Amendment to require photo identification at the polls that appears on the ballot this November. The September survey shows a substantial shift in sentiment from the earlier survey conducted in May. Look at the numbers at the respective links here.

How do you feel about the issue of photo ID at the polls? Are you happy with the current election system or do you think there should be changes? Do you believe in the accuracy of polls? Do you feel informed enough about this issue to make a decision?

We’re asking some of those questions and more in the attached survey we’ve devised on our own. We’d like you do take a few moments to answer some of our questions and present feedback.

Take a look at the latest debates on photo ID at theuptake.com and You Tube. Who do you think won these debate?

You’ll find a video of the opening moments of the Voter ID Debate at Metro State University, along with a visualization of the latest Star Tribune poll here.

For more information go to the American Millennium Online.com.

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