A recent poll found that a majority of likely American voters agree that President Joe Biden was involved in his family's business deals.
The NBC News survey asked respondents how concerned they were about “Joe Biden’s possible awareness or involvement in the business dealings of his son, Hunter Biden, including alleged financial wrongdoing and corruption.”
Majority of Voters Consistently Say Joe Biden Was Involved in Family Business https://t.co/EbM01JNkvG
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"Overall, 60 percent were concerned, while 39 percent were not concerned. Among those who were concerned, 45 percent ranked the concern as a major worry," Breitbart News reported.
"Fifteen percent said their concern was moderate. Only nine percent said Joe Biden’s involvement was a minor concern. Twenty-eight percent said they had no real concerns," it continued.
Was Joe Biden Involved In Hunter's Corrupt Dealings? A New Survey Shows That A Majority Of Voters Believe The President Took Part 'In An Illegal Influence Peddling Scheme'https://t.co/Rz0f9FiiCY
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The poll follows the results of a similar survey in May that showed a high number of Americans who agreed that the president was involved in Hunter Biden's business deals.
The May survey found that "a strong majority of the voters polled responded that they believe Hunter Biden 'was involved in illegal influence.' The survey found that 63 percent of the overall voters polled between May 17-18 and even 65 percent of independent voters agreed, with 83 percent of Republicans and startlingly about 40 percent of Democrats," according to the DC Enquirer.
"Most troubling though for the Biden 2024 campaign is that an overall majority of 53 percent of voters of both parties, with 79 percent of Republicans, 58 percent of independents, and a quarter of Democrats, believe that Joe Biden himself while vice president engaged in the 'illegal influence-peddling scheme,' with his son," it noted.
Judge denies Hunter Biden's request to appear virtually for his first court hearing in the federal gun case and sets arraignment for Tuesday https://t.co/sUaeMdf7uP
— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) September 20, 2023
"A federal magistrate judge has denied Hunter Biden’s request to appear virtually for his first court hearing in the federal gun case against him and set his arraignment for October 3," in a separate investigation involving allegations of Hunter Biden's gun charges.
"The initial court appearance and arraignment for President Joe Biden’s son will be before Magistrate Judge Christopher J. Burke," CNN added.
The ongoing legal battles continue to grow for the Biden family as the president ramps up his reelection campaign.
America's voters could be set for a rematch between Biden and former President Donald Trump, giving voters a fresh opportunity to choose who will lead the nation for the next four years.