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Most likely voters still believe the story about Hunter Biden’s “Laptop from Hell” remains an important story. The laptop contains emails about Biden’s business dealings.

Forty-four percent of likely voters said they think the story is still very important. Overall, 63 percent said the story is still important. Just 34 percent said the story is not important, with 17 percent saying it is not at all important.

Forty-eight percent of those polled by Rasmussen Reports said if the media had fully reported on the story it is unlikely Joe Biden would have been elected President. Forty-six percent said they do not think the story would have changed the election results.

Eighty-two percent of Republicans and 62 percent of unaffiliated voters said it is at least somewhat likely Joe Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from Hunter’s business dealings.


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