Seventy-five percent of people in the United States are worried about the possibility of violence on Election Day.
Released on Thursday, a new poll by Suffolk University and USA Today asked respondents, “How concerned are you about the possibility of violence on Election Day and afterwards?”
Just under 36% said they were very concerned, and 38.5% said they were somewhat concerned. Eleven percent said they were not very concerned, and another 11% said they weren’t concerned at all.
One thousand likely voters were interviewed between Oct. 23-27. The margin of error for the survey was plus or