The 2020 election year has just begun, yet already some Americans are having mixed feelings about the national election process. After what happened in Iowa last week – the failed app, delayed counts, and general frustration – 47% of U.S. adults, regardless of the usual demographic breakdowns, said they have less confidence in the national election process. U.S. adults whose opinions of the election process were not altered by the rough start in Iowa, nearly matched that but fell short by 8.5%.

Originally published on MSN.