… More Americans Want Hillary Indicted Than Elected
By Dean Garrison – Re-Blogged From Freedom Outpost
According to WikiPedia, Rasmussen Reports is an American polling company, founded in 2003. The company engages in the collection, publication, and distribution of public opinion polling information. Rasmussen Reports conducts nightly tracking, at national and state levels, of elections, politics, current events, consumer confidence, business topics, and the president’s job approval ratings.
It may also be one of the few remaining semi-honest polling companies in America.
On October 18th and 19th Rasmussen conducted a poll regarding the controversial decision by the FBI to press no charges against Hillary Clinton… despite her obvious disregard for the law and national security, by using her own private email server to conduct state business.
The results will shock few of you, but it might shock some of the useful idiots… IF we could ever get this information into their hands AND get them to comprehend the significance. That’s a very tall order. Good luck on that.
Over half of American voters surveyed in a recent poll disagree with the FBI’s decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton over her emails scandal.
A survey of 1,000 likely voters was conducted on October 18 and 19 by the polling company Rasmussen Reports. Voters were asked whether they agreed with the FBI’s decision not to file criminal charges against Hillary Clinton, despite acknowledging that she had been reckless and potentially exposed classified information to hostile countries. The results were released on Friday.
Out of the voters surveyed, 65 percent broadly agreed that Clinton had broken the law by storing confidential emails on her private server, but only 53 percent believe the FBI should have filed charges, while 39 percent agreed with the decision not to. When split between Republican and Democratic voters, the survey found that 85 percent of Clinton supporters stood by the FBI’s decision not to prosecute.
However, 92 percent of Donald Trump supporters disagreed, mirroring the opinion of their candidate, who has been vocal in criticizing Clinton for deleting 30,000 of her emails rather than handing them over to the FBI. At one point, he even promised his rival that she “would be in jail.”
“If I win,” Trump said at the presidential debate held on October 9, “I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your situation.”
When asked if the emails scandal was important to their vote, 70 percent of survey respondents replied that it was, out of which 49 percent said that it was very important. Only 27 percent said the issue was not important to them at all.
According to the latest data from Rasmussen Reports, Donald Trump is slightly ahead with a 43 to 41 percent margin over Hillary Clinton. However, other polls have put Hillary in the lead.
There you have it.
The results from a real polling company say it best. 41% of Americans want Hillary elected, while at least 53% would prefer she be arrested.
That’s the truth America.
Shove these numbers in all of those Hillary supporters’ faces and ask them a simple question: Do you really believe in the democratic will of the people?
Make them live up to their own rules… Alinsky style.