Sixty percent of voters believe President Joe Biden is working to cover up his involvement in his family’s business deals with foreign adversaries, a Rasmussen Reports poll found Monday.
The poll asked respondents, “How likely is it that Joe Biden has been part of an illegal cover-up to hide his involvement in his son Hunter’s foreign business deals?”
Overall, 60 percent said they believe Joe Biden “has been part of an illegal cover-up to hide his involvement in his son Hunter’s foreign business deals.” Forty-five percent said a cover-up is very likely. Thirty-four percent said it is not likely, including 18 percent who believe it is not at all likely.
The poll also asked independent voters, “One of Hunter Biden’s former business partners says that, when he was vice president, Joe Biden took part in telephone conversations with their foreign clients. How serious of a scandal is this?”
Overall, 60 percent said it is “concerning” that Hunter Biden reportedly put then-Vice President Joe Biden on calls with family business associates upwards of two dozen times.
Among the 60 percent, 49 percent say it is very concerning, and 16 percent say somewhat concerning. Fourteen percent say it is not very concerning. Only 13 percent believe it is not concerning at all.