David Magleby has this piece on Forbes’ Data Freaks, reporting on a survey of Utah voters. A snippet:
We found that 21 percent of the Utah voting population prefers to vote by mail and nearly 20 percent prefer to vote by Internet. Of voters under age 50, one-in-four would prefer to vote by Internet. Interestingly, voters over 65 were most likely to prefer mail-in ballots. These voter attitudes, coupled with no assurance of federal funds to update voting equipment, make in-person voting seem like an endangered species and a shift to Internet voting seem like an inevitable reality.
Worth reading, but I don’t share his prediction on Internet voting — at least not any time soon — given the formidable security concerns.