Poll is Bad News for FBI, DOJ

After the FBI raid on 45th President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate earlier this month, American confidence in the Department of Justice and the FBI has plummeted to staggering lows, according to a new Convention of States-Trafalgar poll.

Newsmax reports:

According to the survey, when asked for their opinion on the Department of Justice and the FBI, 46.2% of respondents said they are “too political, corrupt, and not to be trusted.”

When broken down by political party affiliation, 68.3% of Republicans and almost half of people reporting no party affiliation said the DOJ and FBI are “too political, corrupt, and not to be trusted.”

Among Democrat respondents, 73.7% said that the FBI and DOJ are “to be respected for their pursuit of justice and law and order.”

When asked if the DOJ’s investigation into Trump is to prevent him from running for president again in 2024, overall responses were evenly split, with nearly half agreeing that the raid was carried out to stop Trump and nearly half disagreeing. Only 3% were unsure.

While 71.5% of GOP respondents believe that the DOJ was trying to prevent Trump from running again, 77.3% of Democrat participants disagree with that assessment, according to the survey.

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