Poll Shows Support for Controversial Congressional Measure

Via The Washington Examiner:

A majority of people in the United States is open to the idea of remote voting in Congress, according to an online poll conducted by PSB Research. 

According to the survey, “4 in 5 Americans (80%) say they “support Members of Congress being able to vote ‘remotely’ during the coronavirus pandemic.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, has dismissed voting remotely any time in the near future. 

“Let’s not waste time on something that is not going to happen,” Pelosi said when asked about the possibility of remote voting in a conference call with reporters Monday.