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Majority favor pardoning Donald Trump after his arrest.

A Majority of Voters Believe Trump Should Be Pardoned for Handling Classified Documents

A new survey reveals that a majority of voters believe former President Donald Trump should be pardoned for his handling of classified documents. The survey, conducted shortly after Trump’s indictment on 37 charges related to storing classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago residence, shows that 53% of respondents support a potential presidential pardon if he is convicted and sentenced to jail. The poll, conducted by Harvard-Harris, highlights the divided opinions on this issue.

Partisan Divide on Pardoning Trump

The question of pardoning Trump is largely influenced by one’s political party. Among Republican respondents, a staggering 80% are in favor of the idea, while only 20% oppose it. On the other hand, among Democratic respondents, only 30% support a potential pardon, with 70% against it. This stark divide reflects the deep political polarization surrounding Trump’s actions.

It is important to note that Trump has pleaded not guilty to the charges he faces, further complicating the debate on whether he should be pardoned.

Survey Details

The survey was conducted from Wednesday through Thursday and included 2,090 registered voters. It provides valuable insights into public opinion on this contentious issue.

Opinions on Trump’s Future in Politics

In another recent poll, it was found that 64% of Republican and Republican-leaning respondents would continue to support Trump if he decides to run in the 2024 presidential race. However, a majority of all respondents, 56%, believe that Trump should drop out of the race.

Trump is currently seeking the Republican nomination for the 2024 election, facing competition from notable figures such as Gov. Ron DeSantis, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott, former Vice President Mike Pence, and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.

A Potential Rematch in 2024

If Trump secures the Republican nomination, it could set the stage for a rematch between him and President Joe Biden, who is running for reelection in the 2024 presidential election. When asked about the upcoming campaign, Biden responded that its tone would depend on “who the nominee is.”

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