Gauging what the electorate will want 12 months from now is tricky. Sure, there’s a big push to be the loudest voice on Trump’s false claims about voter fraud. Republican officials, from the chairman of the Oklahoma Republican Party to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), are insistent that bolstering fraud claims is a central component of candidate viability. A recent Post-ABC News poll, though, asked respondents whether they thought it was more important to prioritize making it easier to vote or, as Trump would demand, harder to vote illegally. By a 2-to-1 margin, people favored the former — including a third of Republicans. Among self-identified conservatives, 4 in 10 thought it was more important to make it easier to vote legally. That doesn’t suggest that embracing Trump’s false rhetoric isn’t useful, but it does mean that the picture may be more complicated politically than it seems at first.