Majority of American Voters, “Hillary Clinton Should Have Been Indicted”
Most American voters say that Hillary Clinton should have been indicted over her mishandling of classified information when she was US President Barack Hussein Obama’s Secretary of State, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Friday.
In the poll, the voters said:
- The FBI should have sought a criminal indictment: 53%
- The FBI made the right decision not to seek one: 39%
- A large portion of voters believe that Clinton’s issues with classified information are an important factor in whom they choose for President:
a) Very important: 49%
b) Not important: 27
c) Not at all important: 9%
Breaking down the results by party affiliation, Republicans and Democrats differ widely in their views on a possible indictment.
a) Hillary Clinton supporters who agree with no indictment: 85%
b) Donald Trump supporters who disagree: 92%
When asked whether the indictment issue is important to their vote:
a) Donald Trump supporters: 96%
b) Hillary Clinton supporters: 37%
The poll showed that men and voters over 40 were more likely to believe Hillary Clinton should have been indicted than women and younger voters.
Voters in a separate Rasmussen poll are closely split over which candidate they support.
- Donald Trump: 43%
- Hillary Clinton: 41%
- Gary Johnson: 5%
- Jill Stein: 3%
- Someone else: 3%
- Undecided: 5%
GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump gained on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton among American voters this week, cutting her lead by 50%, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released Friday.
The polling data showed Donald Trump’s argument that the November 8 election is “rigged” against him has resonated with members of his party.
“Remember folks, it’s a rigged system,” Donald Trump told a Pennsylvania rally Friday. “That is why you’ve got to get out and vote, you’ve got to watch. Because this system is totally rigged.”
Mrs. Clinton led Donald Trump 44% to 40%, according to the 14-20 October. Reuters/Ipsos poll, a 4-point lead. That compared with 44% for Mrs. Clinton and 37% for Donald Trump in the 7-13 October poll released last week.
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