A majority of voters say:
Special Counsel John Durham’s accusations against Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign are very important
They agree with former President Donald Trump that it’s a scandal worse than Watergate
Those involved should be prosecuted.
- Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters "agree" with the statement from Trump about the scandal being bigger than Watergate, including 48% who "strongly agree."
- Twenty-eight percent (28%) "disagree" with the Trump statement, including 21% who "strongly disagree."
That's according to latest national Rasmussen Reports poll.
- Sixty-eight percent(68%) of voters believe this accusation "is important," including 50% who think it’s "very important."
- Twenty-seven percent (27%) "don’t think Durham’s allegation is important," including 16% who say it’s "not at all important."
The Internet company that Durham alleges was paid by Clinton’s campaign to “infiltrate” Trump’s servers was reportedly later hired by Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign.
- Sixty-eight percent (68%) of voters think this accusation "is important," including 52% who believe the alleged connection to Biden’s campaign is "very important."
- Twenty-six percent (26%) "don’t think it is important," including 16% who say the alleged connection to Biden’s campaign is "not at all important."
The survey also found that 53% say the media isn't doing enough to cover the accusations against the Clinton campaign; while 30% of voters believe the news media is doing enough to cover the accusations.
To see survey question wording, click here.