Poll: Plurality Not Confident in DOJ’s Investigation of Hunter Biden

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A plurality of Americans are not confident that the Justice Department is handling its investigation into Hunter Biden in a “fair and nonpartisan manner,” according to an ABC News/Ipsos poll.

The poll, conducted earlier this week, showed that 48 percent of Americans are not confident in the investigation, while only 32 percent were confident.

The poll was conducted August 15-16, just days after Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss a special counsel in his ongoing probe into Hunter Biden.

The poll included a random national sample of 508 U.S. adults. The margin of error was 4.7 points.

The appointment came after a sweetheart plea deal for Hunter Biden fell apart in court last month, when prosecutors and Biden’s defense team did not agree on whether the deal offered Biden immunity in perpetuity.

Biden’s defense team argued that the deal gave him immunity from future charges stemming from the investigation, while prosecutors said there was no such deal and future charges were possible. The disagreement became apparent under questioning by U.S. District Judge Maryellen Norieka for the District of Delaware.

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