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NRaleighLiberal

(60,121 posts)
Thu May 25, 2017, 11:26 PM May 2017

With recent history (as in since 2000), what is your trust level in our elections? [View all]


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I implicitly trust our election results
1 (5%)
For the most part I trust the results
1 (5%)
The quality of the results is pretty variable depending upon method and location
0 (0%)
I've come to distrust election results
3 (15%)
HELL NO! Houston, we have a problem!
15 (75%)
other
0 (0%)
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& how come Dem leadership doesn't discuss it?? furtheradu May 2017 #1
totally agree with you - naivety? fear? I think some places are too scary for people to go. NRaleighLiberal May 2017 #2
Yeah, we are polite, but DTs rapid grenades have exhausted Alice11111 May 2017 #15
Maybe because it calls into question every single elected official? loyalsister May 2017 #22
I want to say I trust the integrity of our elections. welivetotreadonkings May 2017 #3
Distrust and cynicism is what brought me to DU. lpbk2713 May 2017 #4
Pretty much trust actual casting ballots, acknowledging errors and things affecting all Hoyt May 2017 #5
I trust the result of the actual election GulfCoast66 May 2017 #6
Other: Waning more and more. herding cats May 2017 #7
I am a HELL NO. No longer any trust in our system. Which is pretty sad and terrifying, really NRaleighLiberal May 2017 #8
I knew something was up in 2004. herding cats May 2017 #12
"Its not who votes that counts, it who counts the votes." Rethug Peter King 2004. As exit polls and chimpymustgo May 2017 #29
I trust the recorded count Awsi Dooger May 2017 #9
you're more trusting than i am. any computer that CAN be hacked, will be, when there is something ve TheFrenchRazor May 2017 #27
I can't address other places, but I trust my county election results implicitly Brother Buzz May 2017 #10
the "paper trail" will never see the light of day 99.999% of the time, so it is meaningless. TheFrenchRazor May 2017 #26
ANY legally registered voter can demand and receive a recount for any, or no reason. Brother Buzz May 2017 #30
I vote Democratic Party in Florida so I assume my vote is never counted. Solly Mack May 2017 #11
is that you Chad? dweller May 2017 #19
I won't ever get over that either. Solly Mack May 2017 #20
Likewise. The GOP got away with stealing the Y2K sElection. lpbk2713 May 2017 #31
Distrust mvd May 2017 #13
For all those who answered in the negative customerserviceguy May 2017 #14
Nope. Like Obama said, and all black kids get "the talk," Alice11111 May 2017 #18
these things need to be changed, not accepted. nt TheFrenchRazor May 2017 #24
Yes, but until we get some power back, he may be right Alice11111 May 2017 #28
i am certain that there have been multiple election thefts since 2000. nt TheFrenchRazor May 2017 #25
I trust system here...mostly, as I work as election judge Alice11111 May 2017 #16
I have absolute faith in our election system Foamfollower May 2017 #17
I trust the results. I don't trust the voters. TeamPooka May 2017 #21
ZERO; unfortunately the dem leadership couldn't care less about securing our elections. nt TheFrenchRazor May 2017 #23
Depends on what is meant by "results." Orsino May 2017 #32
I live in a majority republican county. Blue_true May 2017 #33
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