An overwhelming majority of Likely Voters in the United States think all voters in the country should be required to present photo identification in order to vote in U.S. elections.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters finds that just 14% disagree and think the current identification system is sufficient. Just 4% are undecided on the issue.
This is a sentiment that spans demographics, as majorities in every demographic agree that photo identification should be required to vote.
For the mathematically challenged, that's 82% in favor.