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67% of Americans say Biden’s classified documents scandal is a “serious problem.”

Two-thirds of Americans say Biden pulling classified material from the White House is a ‘serious problem’: 8 in 10 agree appointing a special counsel to investigate the documents scandal was the right move

  • Americans across party lines think it was right that AG Merrick Garland appointed special counsel to investigate Biden’s classified documents scandal
  • Two-thirds of respondents say the entire ordeal is a “serious problem.”
  • 57% say they disapprove of how Biden has handled the situation through the White House

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An impressive 84 percent of Americans agree with Attorney General Merrick Garland’s appointment of a special counsel to investigate President Joe Biden’s classified documents scandal — and 67 percent think the entire ordeal is a “serious problem.”

According to a new CNN/SSRS poll released Wednesday, opinions on the further investigation of Biden are fairly consistent across all political and party affiliations.

Only 16 percent of respondents overall disapprove of appointing a special counsel to investigate the president’s mishandling of classified information during and after his time as vice president of former President Barack Obama.

Eighty percent of Democrats approve of the nomination, while 88 percent of Republicans think so — and in the middle of the two are independent voters, who have an 84 percent approval rating.

A new poll shows Americans across party lines think it was the right move by Attorney General Merrick Garland to appoint a special counsel to investigate President Joe Biden’s classified documents scandal

Biden’s lawyers found and informed the Justice Department that the former vice president had taken secret documents from the White House to his personal residence in Wilmington, Delaware, and to his Washington, D.C. think tank after he left office.

Subsequent searches by attorneys and the DOJ led to the discovery of more material, which now lands somewhere between 25 and 30.

The same CNN polls show that more than two-thirds of 1,004 respondents think it is a “serious problem” for Biden to take these secret documents from the White House.

Thirty percent say it is ‘very serious’, while the remaining 36 percent say it is ‘somewhat serious’ – while 33 percent of respondents said it was ‘not too serious’ or ‘not at all serious’.

Many have defended the Biden documents scandal, saying he handled it better than former President Donald Trump, whose home was raided by the FBI in August to retrieve thousands of classified documents and sensitive material from his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida in Palm Beach.

Still, 57 percent of those polled from Jan. 19-22 say they disapprove of Biden’s White House handling of the situation.

Biden's lawyers have found classified documents in his personal residence and think-tank offices in Washington, DC, in recent months.  Two-thirds of respondents say the revelations are a 'serious problem'

Biden's lawyers have found classified documents in his personal residence and think-tank offices in Washington, DC, in recent months.  Two-thirds of respondents say the revelations are a 'serious problem'

Biden’s lawyers have found classified documents in his personal residence and think-tank offices in Washington, DC, in recent months. Two-thirds of respondents say the revelations are a ‘serious problem’

Some classified documents were found in Biden's garage at his home in Wilmington, Delaware

Some classified documents were found in Biden's garage at his home in Wilmington, Delaware

Some classified documents were found in Biden’s garage at his home in Wilmington, Delaware

Biden has widely ignored questions about the latest disclosure — especially after reports revealed that the document discovery occurred before the 2022 midterm elections and was likely hidden to avoid negative ramifications for Democratic campaigns.

While Biden has not yet officially announced re-election, he has always stated his intention was to serve for two terms.

It’s unclear how the classified documents scandal could affect those future ambitions.

When it comes to the Biden administration’s handling of the scandal, the partisan divide widens.

Seventy-four percent of Democrats approve of Biden’s handling of the discovery of these documents, while 85 percent of Republicans disapprove.

Independents, perhaps the most important voting bloc to reckon with in these polls, disapprove by a margin of 62 percent to 38 percent.

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