The MRC began tracking Hunter’s scandals after the Times finally covered the laptop story. In less than three months, the MRC has listed seven Hunter-related items that, as we can imagine, would get a far different media response if the main character’s last name was Trump.

Poll Shows Voters Want GOP To Investigate Hunter Biden’s Laptop

Liberals and establishment Republicans seek to sell the narrative that House Republicans misstepped by promoting an agenda based on investigations, especially of President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

Liberals and establishment Republicans seek to sell the narrative that House Republicans misstepped by promoting an agenda based on investigations, especially of President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

Yet a new poll indicates that most voters who aren’t hardcore Democrats support the GOP-led House getting to the bottom of the information on Hunter’s laptop and whether President Biden profited off his son’s business deals.

Rasmussen Reports, a right-leaning pollster, noted earlier this week that 62% of respondents “approve of the House GOP’s investigation of Hunter Biden’s overseas deals.” That number included 42% who said they “strongly approve” of such probes.

On the other hand, 34% disapprove, with 23% of that group “strongly” objecting.

An almost equal number agree that Hunter’s computer is a major news and political issue. In all, 63% of voters say Hunter’s laptop is important, including 41% who said it’s very important. That compares to 35% who indicate the laptop story is unimportant, including 18% who argue it’s “not at all important.”

As expected, partisan politics played a part.

Only 37% of Democrats back the GOP’s agenda, while 59% oppose it. Republicans, meanwhile, staunchly favor the idea, by an 86-13 margin.

Yet in this instance, the Republicans have won over the middle.

Among independent voters, 63% align with Republicans in seeking answers to the Bidens’ cozy financial relationships with overseas interests, while 31% disapprove.

Overall, 61% of voters told the pollster they believe “it’s likely – including 44% who say it’s Very Likely – that Joe Biden was consulted about and perhaps profited from his son Hunter’s overseas business deals including at least one involving a company in mainland China.”

Comparatively, just 34% say they don’t think President “Big Guy” Biden was informed of Hunter’s dealmaking.

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