Donald Trump arrested: Majority think former president should be pardoned if he’s convicted.
The majority of Americans
according to a recent research believe that former President Donald Trump should be pardoned for his handling of personal information.
The study was taken just a few days after Trump was charged on 37 counts relating to retaining secret information from the White House at his Mar a Lago estate during his administration. In all 53% of respondents indicated they were in support of a president pardoning Trump in the event that he is convicted and sentenced to prison for his handling of the papers while 47% were opposed to the concept according to the survey from Harvard Harris published on Friday. For More Information…..
The subject of pardoning Trump should he be sentenced to jail is highly partisan to one’s political party, as 80% of Republican respondents were in support of the notion, and 20% who are against it. For Democratic respondents, just 30% were in support of pardoning Trump if he is sentenced, while 70% were not in favor.
The 37 accusations against the former president have been met with a plea of not guilty.
A total of 2090 registered voters were surveyed throughout the polling period, which ran from Wednesday through Thursday.
In another recent survey
a majority 64% of Republican and Republican leaning respondents indicated they would continue to support Trump if he continues in the 2024 presidential election. However a majority of respondents in the survey 56% claimed they feel Trump should withdraw out of the race.
Trump is pursuing the Republican nomination again for the 2024 election, battling against other Republicans for the seat. Competitors that Trump faces include Gov. Ron DeSantis RFL former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), former Vice President Mike Pence, and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.
President Joe Biden is seeking for reelection in the 2024 presidential election setting up a possible rematch between him and Trump if Trump is the Republican contender. On Saturday, Biden was asked whether his impending presidential reelection campaign was “going to be nasty,” to which Biden reacted by stating it would depend “on who the nominee is.”