Poll shows 0% of black voters had ‘bad’ voting experience in November despite Biden’s ‘Jim Crow 2.0’ claim
A new poll shows 0% of black voters in Georgia had a “bad” experience voting in November’s midterm elections, the first since new election laws took effect in the state of Peach.
The results of the University of Georgia poll and the high turnout proved voters had “seen through the lies” despite claims by Democrats and the White House that the new law represents “Jim Crow 2.0,” Republican Secretary of State Brad said. Raffensperger at TOU Digital.
“Partisan critics of the Georgia election have described our processes and security measures as ‘Jim Crow 2.0’ designed to ‘suppress’ voters and ‘subvert’ the election,” Raffensperger said in a statement this week.
“But the record midterm turnout, minimal voter wait times and an overwhelming majority of voters approving of how our elections were conducted prove that Georgian voters see through these lies. They know that the elections Georgian voters are safe, secure and accessible to all legal voters.”
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The poll showed 0% of black respondents felt their voting experience was “poor” in the last election. Just over 72% of black voters surveyed said the experience was “excellent” and 23.6% said the experience was “good”.
Additionally, nearly 99% of voters said they had no problem voting and 95.3% of voters said they waited less than 30 minutes.
According to the poll, which was answered by 1,253 Georgians who said they had voted, 84.1% of black voters said they strongly or somewhat agreed with the statement that it is “easy to vote in the ‘State of Georgia’ versus 15.9% who disagreed or didn’t know.
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Georgia voter turnout continued to break records despite 2021 legislation that Democrats, including Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and President Biden, say would make it harder for black residents to vote.
In a March 2021 statementBiden called Georgia’s legislation an “attack on the right to vote” containing provisions that “effectively deny the right to vote to countless voters.”
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“It’s Jim Crow in the 21st century,” Biden said. “This must stop. We have a moral and constitutional obligation to act.”
Biden’s Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Georgia, saying the new law was “passed for a racist purpose” that has “no place in democracy today.”
Georgian officials have insisted the law makes elections more secure with various vote guarantees, while also citing record turnout as proof that voter suppression is not happening.
“When it came time to present evidence to back up their ludicrous arguments in court, President Biden’s DOJ and their liberal allies failed miserably,” Raffensperger told TOU Digital in September. “It’s because common sense electoral reforms in Georgia Election Integrity Actlike photo ID for all forms of voting, make sense.
The White House did not immediately respond to a TOU Digital request for comment.
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