The short answer - absolutely not. When Reuters/Ipsos in April asked voters if they thought the election should be rescheduled due to the coronavirus, 59% opposed the idea, including a majority in each party.
Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa also told CNN: "All I can say is that, it doesn't matter what one individual in this country says".
"Can you ensure the accuracy of mail-in voting?"
"In 1944, at the peak of American involvement in WWII - the election went ahead", Dr Smith said.
"On the other hand, we staged elections during the Civil War", Stirewalt pointed out.
"Trump suggesting delaying the election (he can't do this w/o congressional approval) seems to be one of his more obvious attempts to change the subject given this morning's wretched GDP numbers", Kondik wrote on Twitter. But the U.S. media insisted that he was doing so because he was afraid of his poor ratings in recent opinion polls.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-California) also opined there should not be a delay.
An Express.co.uk poll found 53 percent (583 people) agreed the USA election should be delayed as a result of the pandemic.
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U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday raised the possibility of delaying the nation's November 3 presidential election, though the Constitution bestows that power on Congress, not the president. "If that happens, we will see President Trump in court - and we will win".
Fox News' Chris Stirewalt said Thursday President Donald Trump's comment about moving the 2020 election date was "a tactical error" that showed weakness.
"I don't want to be waiting around for weeks and months and literally, potentially if you really did it right, years, because you'll never know", Trump told reporters. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., wrote on Twitter that the election would not be delayed. "Nor should it be moved", tweeted Federal Election Commissioner Ellen Weintraub, a Democratic appointee.
A protest in NY last month. "The President is just raising a question about the chaos Democrats have created with their insistence on all mail-in voting".
"[He's] preparing to declare the result fraudulent, probably because he thinks he's going to lose given what the polling numbers look like".
An average poll of polls by fivethirtyeight.com puts Biden on 50%, with Trump lagging behind on 41.7%. "In most states, however, vote by mail is through absentee balloting in which the voter must request an absentee ballot".
Trump's rationale was his claim, not backed by evidence, that large-scale use of mail-in voting as a way to protect voters during the pandemic will lead to mass fraud.
Supporters of mail-in ballots argue that the dangers of voting fraud from mail-in ballots are miniscule, and have dismissed President Trump's concerns as unfounded. Describing Trump's tweet, Kaine went on, "Can a president delay the November presidential election, Mr. Secretary?"
"The main problems have been around access and that it can take a long time to count".
In addition, the constitution spells out a hard end to a president's and vice-president's terms on January 20 in the year following a presidential election, whether an election is held or not.