liveonearth (liveonearth) wrote,

Is it important to you for your vote to be kept confidential?

What I'm really asking is this:

If you were asked, as you walked out of a polling place, which presidential candidate you voted for, would you answer truthfully? Would you feel it was wrong for someone to ask you?

Do you know of another way to establish what people are actually voting?

What if there was a box and little slips of paper, and you were asked to write on a slip of paper the name of the candidate you chose and drop it in there?

Thinking about exit polling......
Tags: elections, voting

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