Majority Of Likely Voters Say Hunter Biden Laptop Story Is Still Significant

Majority Of Likely Voters Say Hunter Biden Laptop Story Is Still Significant

Nearly two years after the New York Post’s first revelation, 63 percent of likely voters believe the Hunter Biden laptop story is still significant, according to a Tuesday Rasmussen Reports poll. Forty-four percent of the 63 percent who think the news is still significant say it is “extremely significant.” Only 34% of people believe the news is unimportant, and 17 people believe it is very unimportant. With a three point margin of error, the poll polled 1,000 potential voters between August 31 and September 1, 2022.

The tale of Hunter’s “laptop from hell” has held up over time. Four points less than in September, Rasmussen reported that 66% of voters thought the news was significant, with 48% saying it was extremely significant. Thirty-one percent of respondents believed the news was unimportant, and 15 percent said it was completely unimportant.

According to the study, 50% of unaffiliated voters think President Joe Biden would have lost the election if Hunter’s hard drive’s contents had been “completely published” by the mainstream media. Additionally, 27% of Democrats and 66% of Republicans share the unaffiliated voters’ viewpoints.

The survey was conducted after Twitter and Facebook curtailed the spread of the Hunter Biden laptop story on their respective networks ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Before the story of Hunter Biden’s laptop surfaced during the 2020 election season, the FBI had informed Facebook of the impending “dump” of “Russian propaganda,” according to press reports from August. Whistleblowers who came forward to Sen. Ron Johnson claim that while the FBI was in communication with Facebook, the bureau’s leadership prevented investigators from looking into Hunter Biden’s laptop until after the outcome of the 2020 election (R-WI).

According to a July CNN story, US Attorney David Weiss, who was appointed by Trump, is examining whether Hunter Biden and his allies violated federal weapons and other laws as well as money laundering, campaign finance, tax, and foreign lobbying laws.

Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of Hunter’s, personally met Joe and Hunter Biden in 2017 for an hour to discuss “the Bidens’ family business plans with the Chinese,” and he provided Timothy Thibault, a former FBI “point man,” with intelligence regarding the Biden family’s business dealings. According to the New York Post, Bobulinski’s information that the purchase included ten percent “owned by H for the big man” was concealed by Thibault. President Joe Biden is the “big person,” according to Bobulinski.

In the investigation, a grand jury has been called, and a witness who appeared before the panel has reportedly been requested to identify the “big man.”

The president has been involved in at least 17 cases, despite claims to the contrary made at least seven times by Joe Biden and his staff.

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According to a study conducted in April, 58 percent of Americans think Joe Biden has been involved in his family’s company. Sixty percent of respondents agree that Hunter Biden offered the president “influence and access.” According to the Rasmussen poll conducted on Tuesday, 62% of respondents “believe it’s likely that Joe Biden was consulted about and possibly profited from his son Hunter’s overseas business deals, including at least one involving a company in mainland China,” with 47% of respondents believing this to be “Very Likely.”

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