U.S. citizens want more e-government

A new survey conducted by Andersen Consulting shows that a majority of Americans believe increasing the number of online government services should be made a priority. The survey also showed that a majority of those responding would be comfortable casting their votes online.

The survey, taken three weeks ago, polled 300 registered voters nationally with an accuracy rate of plus or minus 5 percentage points.

The survey showed that most people (69 percent) prefer dealing with government agencies, either at the local, state or federal level, on a face-to-face basis or online rather than on the phone or by U.S. mail.

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