First in MC: Super Tuesday Hack Safety Confidence Low

Two-thirds of voting-age adults in Super Tuesday states believe the election is vulnerable to foreign interference, a poll by cybersecurity company CRITICALSTART discovered. While most believe their states are trying to address the problem, about half the respondents said they feel more confident with in-person paper ballots, and those who believe their state is secure are 2.3 times more likely to say they would vote on Super Tuesday. Tennessee voters were the most confident, while California and Texas voters were the least.

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Featured in Politico Morning Cybersecurity | February 27, 2020

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