NEW: Crypto Supporters Plan to Vote in Pivotal 2024 Elections

A recent survey by the Digital Currency Group and The Harris Poll highlights the burgeoning influence of cryptocurrency in shaping voter opinions for the 2024 U.S. elections. Polling over 1,200 registered voters, the survey revealed a strong inclination towards cryptocurrencies, with a significant two-thirds affirming that digital assets are more equitable than the traditional financial system.

This sentiment resonates strongly in key swing states such as Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Montana, Pennsylvania, and Arizona, where over 90% of respondents pledged to vote in the upcoming elections. Such high intent to vote underscores the potential of crypto to become a pivotal issue in these critical battlegrounds.

Further insights from the poll showed a notable political engagement regarding digital assets, with 26% of voters considering candidates’ stances on cryptocurrency as a crucial factor in their decision-making. Despite diverse income levels and political affiliations, voters are united in their interest in crypto, although 77% in Ohio expressed reservations, adding a layer of complexity to the political landscape.

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