Poll: Majority supportd criminal investigation into Clinton’s email use

Poll: Majority supportd criminal investigation into Clinton’s email use

A majority of American voters supports a criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton’s personal email account.

Though roughly half of voters (51 percent) believes Clinton’s private email use during her time as secretary of state was mainly a matter of convenience, 52 percent also say her emails should be subject to a criminal investigation into the potential release of classified material, according to a new Monmouth University poll released Wednesday.

Thirty-eight percent of those voters believe Clinton has something to hide, with 68 percent of Republicans being more likely to believe this notion than 80 percent of Democrats who believe it was a matter of convenience.

Most Republicans, 82 percent, support a criminal investigation, compared to 66 percent of Democrats who are opposed.

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