Survey: Majority AZ voters support no-excuse absentee voting; more mail-in ballot verification
In the latest OH Predictive Insights poll, the majority of Arizona voters support having a choice to receive their ballots in the mail. Many also support certain voting identification policies.
Many Republican-controlled legislatures around the country, including in Arizona, are trying to adopt new voting rules and identification laws.
The latest Arizona Public Opinion Pulse survey shows 74% of Arizona voters support no-excuse absentee voting, while only 10% oppose it. Voters in support are mostly Democrats and have lived in Arizona for more than five years.
At the same time, nearly two-thirds support requiring more verification on mail-in ballots, while 14% oppose. Voters in opposition are mostly non-white and either Democrat or Independent.