Voter Experience Survey


The Voter Experience Survey is designed to identify issues voters encounter when voting in-person or via mail-in (absentee or alternative) ballot. Specific issues covered by the survey include: voting wait time, illegal electioneering inside polling places, voter registration, voter ID for first-time voters, voting machines, voter assistance, language access, poll worker performance and confidence in the election process.

SEE THE RESULTS OF THE NOVEMBER 2016 VOTER EXPERIENCE SURVEY AND THE PRESS RELEASE. See previous survey results from November 2015 and April 2016.

Sign up for Seventy's email list to participate in the November 2016 survey. Seventy appreciates the support of the Thomas Skelton Harrison Foundation in supporting this work.