72% believe the Georgia anti voter fraud law is a good idea

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“The overwhelming majority of Americans agree with the Georgia law to reduce voter fraud. They support mandatory photo ID for voting. According to a recent poll by the AP, fully 72% of people in this country believe that required IDs are a good idea. Why wouldn’t they think that? You already have to show an ID when you fly in a plane or drive a car, open a checking account, hold a job or live in an apartment or get a vaccine, but you don’t need one to vote. It’s worse than ridiculous; it’s sinister. Anyone who opposes voter ID laws is encouraging voter fraud, which is to say, encouraging the destruction of democracy. It’s that simple”. (Fox News. Read more here.)