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MOST VOTERS BELIEVE CLINTON BROKE THE LAW WITH EMAILS AND WANT TO SEE FBI'S FILES ON HER, POLL SHOWS

New poll: Most voters think Hillary broke the law w/email use & want to see FBI's files on her


Newsweek


A majority of people believe Hillary Clinton committed a crime by using a personal email address during her time as secretary of state, and more than 50 percent want to see the files from the FBI's investigation made public, a new poll shows.
The Rasmussen Reports survey, released on Tuesday, shows 64 percent of likely U.S. voters believe Clinton is likely to have broken the law with her use of a private email server, while 30 percent believe it is unlikely she broke the law in doing so.
Of the 64 percent who believe Clinton is likely to have broken the law, 44 percent responded in the survey, conducted between August 31 and September 3, that it was “very likely” she did so, while 11 percent thought it was “not at all likely” Clinton broke the law.


The poll also found that the majority of voters (54 percent) thought the FBI should release its files on the investigation of Clinton’s unauthorized use of a private email server, while 32 percent did not believe the FBI should make those files public and 14 percent are unsure whether the files should be released.
The vast majority of Republicans (77 percent) want to see the FBI release the emails, although the bureau recently declined a request for the investigation files to be made public. Only a minority of Democrat voters (34 percent) believe the files should be released.
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