WUGA, the public radio affiliate serving northeast Georgia, covered our new poll of swing-state Republicans and conservative-leaning independents, highlighting the fact that most Georgia respondents say they trust the state’s election system.

Martin Matheny reports:

The majority of self-identified conservatives in Georgia have confidence in the state’s election process. That’s according to a recent poll commissioned by the Secure Elections Project.

Two-thirds of Georgia Republicans and conservative-leaning independents are satisfied with the state’s system of elections. 84% of respondents are content with how elections are administered locally and agree with the statement “my vote counts,” amid speculation around voter fraud and security in the 2020 presidential election.

“It’s gratifying to see hard work pay off,” said Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. “Secure elections and accessible voting are my top priorities, which is why I supported Georgia’s legislative efforts to ban foreign interference in elections and will continue to push for a state constitutional amendment that bans non-citizens from voting. Georgia voters understand the hard work being done across the state to keep Georgia #1 for election security.”

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