Mail-In Vs. Absentee Ballots

August 19, 2020

Do you understand the difference between a mail-in ballot and an absentee ballot?

Video Description

An animated introduction with shapes and text says: Community Pulse, then Kriston is in a purple shirt and in front of a white background, and he’s signing the question below in the transcript.

Transcript

Since the coronavirus happened, there’s been a lot of discussion about mail-in ballots. I’m curious, do you understand the difference between a mail-in ballot and an absentee ballot?

Responses

40% of respondents were confident they knew the difference, while 60% were not sure.

Do you understand the difference between a mail-in ballot and an absentee ballot?

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