Most US voters would like to see a full-fledged congressional investigation into the business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, if the Republican Party retakes the US House of Representatives in the upcoming midterm elections, a new poll has found.
Shocking revelations about Hunter Biden’s international business and financial dealings, which could also implicate his father, have emerged out of the so-called “laptop from hell,” his computer abandoned in a Delaware repair shop in 2020.
The contents of the laptop and an iPhone backup copy, which have also exposed Hunter Biden’s addictions to drugs, alcohol, and prostitutes, have been ignored or underreported by the mainstream media.
President Joe Biden has consistently denied knowledge of his son’s business dealings abroad. However, a voicemail message on Hunter Biden’s iPhone backup from December 2018, if indeed left by Joe Biden, indicates that he was well aware of those.
According to a new public opinion survey released on Thursday by USA Today and Suffolk University, most American voters feel it would be “warranted” if a GOP-controlled House investigates Hunter Biden’s affairs.
Those hoping for a congressional Hunter Biden probe include not just Republicans but also more than one-fifth of the Democrat voters, Newsmax reported.
The poll found that 75% of all voters believed there would be such an investigation if the GOP regains control of the US House of Representatives, while 17% believe a probe wouldn’t materialize.
More than half – 52% –of those polled declared that a Hunter Biden investigation by the House would be justified.
Almost all – 84% – of the Republican voters favor the probe, which is also supported by 22% of the Democrats.
The poll has discovered a notable division among the GOP electorate over whether the Republicans would and should impeach President Joe Biden because of his son’s international financial affairs and their implications.
Thus, 42% of the polled GOP supporters forecasted the Republicans would impeach Biden, while 50% predicted the opposite.
At the same time, 54% of the Republican voters favor impeaching the Democrat president over his son’s dealings, while 39% oppose such a move.
The USA Today and Suffolk University survey polled 1,000 American adults likely to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
The poll was carried out between October 19 and October 24 and had a margin of error of 3.1 percentage points.
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