Over 50 percent of voters now believe that President Joe Biden “helped and participated” in the alleged business dealings of his son, Hunter Biden, according to a new Harvard/Harris poll.
Harvard/Harris released their latest poll on Monday, asking 2,851 registered voters between Nov. 15 and 16 about their stances on various political questions. One of the most notable questions asked was if voters believed the current president “helped and participated in Hunter Biden’s business dealings.”
While 40 percent of registered voters believe Biden had not participated or helped, 60 percent of voters did. Out of that 60 percent who believed Biden had some affiliation with his son’s business dealings, 39 percent were Democrats, 81 percent were Republicans, and 59 percent were Independents or others.
Since the House Oversight and Accountability Committee launched an investigation into the Biden family’s foreign business activities in January, a range of allegations have been released.
The committee has not only advocated that Hunter’s foreign business deals were allegedly illegal but that the president has had strong involvement within them dating back to when he was even vice president.
The Harvard/Harris poll additionally noted that six in 10 voters believe owning a gun is necessary for protection today in the case of being attacked by criminals. Out of the 63 percent that stated yes, 54 percent were Democrats.
The economy was also a top issue for many voters within the poll, with almost 3 in 5 voters stating that the current economic status of the United States is weak.
Former President Donald Trump was a notable favorite among GOP voters within the Harvard/Harris poll, with 67 percent stating they would vote for Trump if the 2024 Republican primary elections were held today.