msn.com 18 Sep, 2020 05:00 am

Voting by mail? No big deal, Utahns say in new poll

To a vast majority of Utahns, voting by mail is a tried and true method of voting, and they trust the USPS to deliver their ballots on time for the election, according to a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute poll.

Postal Service to deliver their ballots on time for the upcoming election.” Trump’s angst with the Postal Service has also led to concerns that sweeping budget cuts could impact the 2020 election — although new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has suspended certain changes at the U.Postal Service until after the election in order to “avoid even the appearance of any impact on election mail.” Despite the national fervor over vote-by-mail ballots and the Postal Service, most likely Utah voters — though not as many as those who have voted by mail — trust the U.

Postal Service to deliver their ballots on time this year.About 64% of likely Utah voters said they trust the Postal Service to submit their ballots on time during the 2020 general election, while 16% said they don’t.

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