Despite the billions spent each presidential election year, political ads don't move the needle much at all for voters, researchers say.
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A new survey finds that 66% of likely voters support voting by mail for all Americans for the November election and just 22% oppose that idea.
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"Voter fraud is very rare, and the risk of widespread fraud is probably very minimal, even with all-mail elections," a political scientist argues.
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"...if everyone has equal access to the vote, it can improve police officers' treatment of Black Americans."
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Huge numbers of Americans out of work, furloughed, or struggling to make ends meet could mean a drop in voter turnout, research suggests.
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In a new survey, primary voters have different views on how much influence political party insiders should have in picking a party's presidential nominee.
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Despite concerns about voting by mail leading to an unfair advantage for one political party over another, a news study shows it doesn't help either more.
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