Voter Confidence

American Confidence in Electronic Voting and Ballot Counting: A Pre-Election Update

Date Published: 
11/03/2008
Author(s): 
Morgan Llewellyn
Thad E. Hall
R. Michael Alvarez
This study examines the confidence that voters have that their ballot was counted accurately in 2004 and the attitudes of the American public toward electronic voting. As many states and localities move to new—and often electronic—voting systems, understanding public confidence and public attitudes is critical for policy makers. This study includes several key findings:

Are Americans Confident Their Ballots Are Counted

Working Paper No.: 
49
Date Published: 
11/30/2008
Author(s): 
Thad E. Hall
R. Michael Alvarez
Expanding the large literature which investigates the characteristics of citizen and voter trust in government we analyze the heretofore neglected topic of voter trust in the electoral process. In this paper, we present results from three national surveys in which we asked voters the confidence they have that their vote for president in the 2000 or 2004 election was recorded as intended.

Are Americans Confident Their Ballots Are Counted

Author(s): 
R. Michael Alvarez
Thad E. Hall
Morgan Llewellyn
Journal: 
Journal of Politics
pp: 
Link to Article: 
Date Published: 
11/30/2008
Expanding the large literature which investigates the characteristics of citizen and voter trust in government we analyze the heretofore neglected topic of voter trust in the electoral process. In this paper, we present results from three national surveys in which we asked voters the confidence they have that their vote for president in the 2000 or 2004 election was recorded as intended.

On American Voter Confidence

Author(s): 
R. Michael Alvarez
Caltech
Thad Hall
Journal: 
University of Arkansas Law Review
pp: 
651-668
Link to Article: 
Date Published: 
06/01/2007
SUMMARY:
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