Voter Experience Survey November 2015
Question 1: Did you vote in Person on Election Day or by mail?
|I voted in person||697||99%|
|I voted by mail||6||1%|
Question 2: How difficult was it to find your polling place?
Question 3: Did you encounter any individuals campaigning or distributing partisan literature (i.e. flyers, buttons, posters) inside the polling place?
Question 4: Was there a problem with your voter registration when you tried to vote?
If yes: Were you allowed to vote?
|Yes, by voting machine||10||91%|
|Yes, by provisional ballot||1||9%|
|No, not allowed to vote||0||0%
Question 5: Were you asked to show any form of identification at the polling place before voting?
If yes: was this your first time voting at this particular polling place?
Were you then allowed to vote?
|Yes, by voting machine||80||100%|
|Yes, by provisional||0||0|
|No, not allowed to vote||0||0%|
Question 6: Did you encounter any problems with the voting equipment or the ballot that may have interfered with your ability to cast your vote as intended?
Question 7: Were the poll works able to address any questions or issues you encountered in the voting process?
Question 8: Please rate the job performance of the poll workers at the polling place where you voted:
Question 9: How confident are you that the current election process in Philadelphia produces fair election outcomes?
Seventy’s Voter Experience Survey was administered via Google Form and drafted from similar studies conducted by other organizations and academics. The survey was delivered by email, social media, partner organizations; it was featured on seventy.org during the election and several days after. Responses were anonymous. This survey is not a representative sample of Philadelphia voters, and only rough generalizations can be drawn from the results.