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A new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey reveals 66 percent of likely U.S. voters believe the story regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop containing emails about his business dealings is important. Forty-eight percent said it is very important.

Thirty-one percent said they do not believe the story is important at all, including 15 percent who called it not at all important.

Last week, the New York Times admitted the authenticity of the emails found on a laptop that Hunter abandoned in a Delaware computer repair shop.

Sixty-five percent of voters said it is likely that Joe Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from Hunter’s overseas business deals. Just 28 percent said it is unlikely Joe was consulted.

Forty-eight percent of voters said if the media did its job and fully reported the story, Biden would not have been elected President. Forty-five percent said they do not think the story would’ve changed the election results.


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