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Nearly nine out of every 10 U.S. voters believe that government authorities should purge voter rolls of outdated voter information prior to elections, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.

In a broad survey of opinions about election procedures, 88% of voters agreed that government officials should be required to remove from public files the names of voters who have moved or died since the last election.

A further three-quarters of voters, meanwhile, believe that ballots should be received by Election Day at the latest rather than by a post-Election Day deadline. More than eight out of 10 voters agreed that bipartisan observers should be permitted to observe ballot counting procedures “for every step” of the process.

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