How often do voters knowingly break election laws? (June 2019)

How often do voters knowingly break election laws? (June 2019)

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categoryTotal
Never6%
Rarely29%
Sometimes29%
Frequently20%
Don’t know/No opinion16%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Never12%6%2%
Rarely46%23%16%
Sometimes17%30%39%
Frequently9%19%30%
Don’t know/No opinion17%22%12%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Never17%7%12%
Rarely53%37%46%
Sometimes16%22%15%
Frequently4%14%9%
Don’t know/No opinion11%21%18%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Never2%1%2%
Rarely18%26%11%
Sometimes39%33%42%
Frequently31%19%33%
Don’t know/No opinion9%22%11%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Never14%4%2%
Rarely48%27%17%
Sometimes15%29%38%
Frequently7%16%31%
Don’t know/No opinion15%24%12%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Never6%12%24%
Rarely55%50%40%
Sometimes15%12%20%
Frequently10%6%5%
Don’t know/No opinion14%20%11%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Never1%2%2%
Rarely25%17%12%
Sometimes31%39%40%
Frequently25%30%36%
Don’t know/No opinion18%11%10%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Never6%6%8%
Rarely28%27%31%
Sometimes31%24%27%
Frequently22%14%17%
Don’t know/No opinion13%29%17%

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categoryMaleFemale
Never6%7%
Rarely28%29%
Sometimes32%27%
Frequently24%17%
Don’t know/No opinion10%21%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Never8%6%6%
Rarely29%29%27%
Sometimes30%29%29%
Frequently15%22%23%
Don’t know/No opinion18%14%16%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Never6%9%6%4%
Rarely29%33%27%26%
Sometimes30%29%30%27%
Frequently11%14%21%32%
Don’t know/No opinion24%15%16%11%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Never17%5%5%6%7%6%
Rarely20%26%23%21%36%37%
Sometimes33%26%33%31%27%29%
Frequently6%21%23%22%18%23%
Don’t know/No opinion23%22%16%19%11%5%

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categoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Never4%6%9%12%
Rarely24%23%34%45%
Sometimes31%32%29%19%
Frequently25%24%12%8%
Don’t know/No opinion15%15%16%16%

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categoryThe Bible is the word of God, to be taken literallyThe Bible is the word of God, not to be taken literallyThe Bible is a book written by men
Never4%5%11%
Rarely22%25%48%
Sometimes31%35%21%
Frequently27%20%10%
Don’t know/No opinion17%14%10%

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