Tea Party poll shows 86% of people believe only US citizens should vote in elections

The poll was conducted in late January 2024 and released by Tea Party Patriots Action (TPPA).

Published: February 16, 2024 11:23am

A recent poll conducted by McLaughlin & Associates shows that 86% of voters want only U.S. citizens to be allowed to vote in elections. 

The poll was conducted in late January and released by the group Tea Party Patriots Action.

The poll also showed that 87% of voters believe that proof of U.S. citizenship should be required to vote in U.S. elections. 

“It’s simple. Americans want to protect American democracy and American elections from the foreign interference of allowing non-citizens to vote. American voters want to protect their vote from being canceled out by the vote of non-citizens," McLaughlin & Associates CEO John McLaughlin said in a statement.  

Another statistic found in the poll was that 79% of those surveyed believe foreigners should not be allowed to interfere in elections. 

The poll surveyed 1000 voters between Jan. 29-31. 

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