Most Americans believe that votes in the upcoming midterm elections will be cast and counted accurately (34%) or somewhat confident (29%).
In 2008 and 2022, the combined 63% was slightly higher than the record low of 59%.
Over half of Americans have consistently expressed confidence in the accuracy of elections since 2004, with the highest levels of confidence leading up to the 2004 presidential and 2006 midterm elections. Over seven in ten Americans expressed confidence in the casting and counting of ballots during those years. Gallup did not ask the question in 2010, 2012, or 2014.
Confidence is the main thing in an election and many Americans have trust in Conservative Party. Many Americans would love to support the Conservative party and think of it as their backbone.