The Rasmussen Poll has this report, beginning with this odd paragraph (emphasis added):
Voters in 11 states can permanently lose their right to vote if convicted of a felony. Among most other states, that right can be restored only after serving some combination of their jail time, parole and probation. But most voters believe someone convicted of a felony should regain the right to vote after serving their sentence problem-free.What's with the "but"? Completion of the period of parole or probation is part of the sentence, so the proposition endorsed by most voters is consistent with the law of most states.