RASMUSSEN: 60% of 'Likely Voters' Believe President Biden's Part of an Illegal Cover-Up


45% think its "Very Likely" Joe Biden's been part of an illegal cover-up hiding his involvement

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — Even before Hunter Biden’s former business partner and college friend Devon Archer testified before the House Oversight & Accountability Committee last week – spilling the beans on Joe Biden’s knowledge of and involvement in their foreign business dealings – most voters say they think President Biden has tried to cover up the scandal.

The latest Rasmussen Reports National Survey finds that:

  • 60% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the president has been part of an illegal cover-up to hide his involvement in son Hunter’s foreign business deals, including
    • 45% who think such a cover-up is "Very Likely."
  • 34% say it’s "not likely Biden has illegally covered up" his role in his son’s foreign business, including
    • 18% who believe it is "Not At All Likely."
The survey of 1,027 "Likely U.S. Voters" was conducted on July 26th-27th and 30th by Rasmussen, and the margin of sampling error is +/- 3% with a 95% Level of Confidence.
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And while former President Donald Trump is facing criminal prosecution – and what he's refferring to as prosecution and weaponization of the Federal Government – in multiple cases, a majority of voters say they don’t believe his legal problems will stop his campaign to win the presidency again in 2024.

The latest Rasmussen Reports National Telephone & Online Survey found that:

  • 35% of "Likely U.S. Voters" believe the prosecution of Trump will hurt his chances of winning next year's presidential election
    • 23% think it will actually help his chances
    • 32% don’t think the prosecution of Trump will make much difference in 2024, and
  • 10% are not sure
Remember, if it's in the news, it's in Rasmussen's polls.
  Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research.