Ohio Automatic Voter Registration Poll

Date: November 19, 2015

To: Interested Parties

From: David Binder Research

Re: Ohio Voters Support Automatic Voter Registration

Ohio voters, by a large 2-1 margin[1], support making voter registration automatic, so that every legal citizen 18 years or older is automatically registered to vote when they receive or renew their driver’s license. These reforms will simplify and modernize the process of voter registration, making it easier for more voters to have their voices heard.


A Strong Majority of Ohioans Support Automatic Voter Registration

By a wide, 36 point margin, Ohio voters currently support making voter registration automatic for every legal citizen, with 65% of voters in support, only 29% in opposition, and 6% undecided.  

Automatic Voter Registration Earns Bipartisan Support

Voters across party lines support automatic voter registration, with overwhelming support among Independents (70%) and Democrats (74%), as well as half of all Republicans (50%).  

Voters throughout Ohio Support Automatic Voter Registration

Automatic voter registration earns a strong majority of support in every Ohio media market, with 66% support in Cleveland-Akron, 64% in Columbus, 70% in Cincinnati and Dayton, and 59% in Toledo.

[1] David Binder Research conducted n=500 live telephone interviews with likely 2016 general election voters in Ohio. Interviews were conducted on September 24th-27th, 2015. Expected margin of sampling error for these results is ±4.4% with a 95% confidence level. The margin of error on sub-samples is greater.  

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