New numbers show that how you feel about the election process falls along party lines.
Just half of all registered voters told the Pew Research Center that the election results would be clear within a day or two after Election Day. Political consultant Joe Brettell isn't stunned by that.
"This year will be a little different. We have learned to prepare ourselves for anything. That is not at all surprising," Brettell said.
It's also not surprising that Biden supporters, by a large margin over Trump supporters, think mail in ballots are going to work.
"People may not always agree with the results, but they at least trust the process," he stated.
Brettell compares this to the Y2K problem, where a lot of us got nervous about the world coming to an end, and it didn't.