Most voters say that Hillary Clinton should have been indicted over her mishandling of classified information when she was secretary of state, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll.
In the poll, voters said:
- The FBI should have sought a criminal indictment: 53 percent;
- The FBI made the right decision not to seek one: 39 percent.
A large portion of voters believe that Clinton’s issues with classified information are an important factor in whom they choose for president:
- Very important: 49 percent;
- Not important: 27 percent;
- Not at all important: 9 percent.
Breaking down the results by party affiliation, Republicans and Democrats differ widely in their views on a possible indictment.
- Clinton supporters who agree with no indictment: 85 percent;
- Trump supporters who disagree: 92 percent;
When asked whether the indictment issue is important to their vote:
- Trump supporters: 96 percent;
- Clinton supporters: 37 percent.
The poll showed that men and voters over 40 were more likely to believe Clinton should have been indicted than women and younger voters.
Voters in a separate Rasmussen poll are closely split over which candidate they support.
- Trump: 43 percent;
- Clinton: 41 percent;
- Libertarian Gary Johnson: 5 percent;
- The Green Party’s Jill Stein: 3 percent;
- Someone else: 3 percent;
- Undecided: 5 percent.
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