Skip to comments.Fox News Poll: 49 percent think White House had IRS target conservatives
Posted on 04/17/2014 4:42:57 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Nearly half of American voters think the IRS targeted conservative groups at the request of the White House, and most want Congress to keep investigating the matter.
The latest Fox News poll also finds 69 percent dont feel President Obama has followed through on his vow to find out exactly what happened on this.
By a 49-41 percent margin, voters believe the Obama administration intentionally had the IRS target conservative political groups. That includes 26 percent of Democrats, 52 percent of independents and 71 percent of Republicans.
Overall, 72 percent of voters disagree with the president when he says there is not even a smidgen of corruption regarding the IRS targeting conservative groups.
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The bigger news here is that, despite all of the evidence, 51% think they didn’t.
It shows just how uninformed the average American really is.
The other 51 percent drool a lot and wet their pants all of the time.
“It shows just how uninformed the average American really is.”
There are plenty of Americans who think that conservatives should be targeted by the IRS.
That 69 percent.of those polled.dont think Barrys doing his job :looking into the matter is a reasonably good sign.
Not great, but a higher number than I would have expected.
More heads will roll. may it go all the way to the fat head.
The numbers need further analysis. I encountered a person who believes that the White House was targeting the Tea Party and he thought it was a great idea.
"If you don't read the newspaper, you're uninformed. If you read the newspaper, you're mis-informed." Mark Twain
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