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Findings from a recent Rasmussen Reports poll released Thursday indicate that almost two-thirds of likely American voters surveyed believe that the Hunter Biden laptop story is “important” as it enters the national spotlight again.
66 percent of respondents consider the Hunter Biden laptop story “important,” including 48 percent who think the story is “very important,” the survey found.
Along party lines, 75 of voters identifying as Republican, 26 percent of Democrats, and 46 percent of unaffiliated voters believe the story is “very important.”
69 percent of US voters polled said they’ve “closely” followed news reports about Hunter Biden, including 37 percent who have “very closely” followed news about President Joe Biden’s controversial son, according to the poll’s results.
Majorities of every racial category—67 percent of white voters, 69 percent of black voters, and 65 percent of other minorities—believe the story is at least somewhat important. Similar numbers broken down by racial demographics believe it is at least somewhat likely that Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from Hunter’s foreign business deals: 67 percent of whites, 63 percent of black voters, and 61 percent of other minorities agree with the sentiments.
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