Study: No partisan benefit from mail voting in 2020 election

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Mail in voting generated quite an uproar in last November's election but a new study finds it didn't particularly increased voting numbers and it didn't help the Democrats researchers from Stanford University used voting comparisons in Texas to conclude mail in balloting had zero effect on turnout with the study's lead author saying voter interest was really driving turned out more than convenience voting forms Democrats were more likely to vote by mail then Republicans in twenty twenty largely because former president trump had polarize the issue but that didn't help them win the election the Stanford study found that Democrats were equally less likely to vote early in person or on election day the research is only the latest in years of studies that found no partisan benefit to mail in voting hi Jackie Quinn

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