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New National Poll shows Majority Favor Guaranteed Right to Vote for All

August 18, 2022
Voters in the United States are ready for all citizens of this country to be eligible to vote, no matter their relationship with the criminal justice system.

A recently conducted national survey by Lake Research Partners on behalf of State Innovation
Exchange, Stand Up America, The Sentencing Project, and Common Cause reveals over half of
voters support the full restoration of voting rights to all citizens over the age of 18, including those
completing a sentence, both inside and outside of prison. Even when the term “felony
convictions” is added to the proposal, a majority of voters still support expanding voting rights to
justice-impacted citizens.

Click here to read the survey findings.

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