● Half of the respondents in our survey (50%) were confident that votes in the 2022 congressional elections would be counted accurately. The other half reported no confidence in an accurate vote count (18%), or else said that they were not sure about it (32%).
● A total of 74% of Democrats had confidence in the fair counting of votes, compared to 35% of Republicans and 42% of Independents. Only 8% of Democrats lacked confidence in election integrity, while close to a third of Republicans (30%) did not think votes would be counted accurately.
● Confidence in fair elections increased consistently with higher income and education. Over 60% of those with graduate degrees and income over $100K thought the 2022 elections would be fair, compared to 40% of those with income under $25K and 30% of those who did not graduate from high school.
● While Americans were concerned about election fairness, very few named it among the most important problems facing the country. Only 3% of respondents listed elections as one of the top 3 problems facing the US.