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Voting in Minnesota Survey


In 2023, the Minnesota Legislature passed a law directing the Secretary of State to conduct a study of issues related to voter engagement, education, and improvements to the election system. A survey on voting in Minnesota is the first opportunity for the public to provide input on whether they vote, where they get information about how to vote, barriers they face when voting, and other items. The Office of the Secretary of State (OSS) asked Management Analysis and Development (MAD) to conduct this survey to gather initial public input and comment on what works well for voters in Minnesota, what barriers voters face, and what improvements could be made to the voting process.

This survey will be open from April 15 through April 26. It should take about 10 minutes to complete.

At the end of the survey, respondents will be given the opportunity to provide their name and email address if they are interested in providing additional feedback in the form of interviews or participating in group discussions later in the year. The contact information collected will be used for the sole purpose of contacting individuals who would like to provide additional feedback. Learn more about data privacy and the survey.

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