Trump Suffers Zero Electoral Fallout From FBI’s Mar-A-Lago Raid: I&I/TIPP Poll – Issues & Insights
"Did the Aug. 8 raid on former President Donald Trump’s Florida home damage his electoral chances for 2024 and those of the Republican Party in the upcoming midterm elections? Data from the recent I&I/TIPP Poll suggest the answer is no.
"First of all, comparison data from the I&I/TIPP Polls (one taken of 1,182 registered voters online from August 2-4, the other of 1,145 voters from September 7-9) show that those who thought the FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate would badly tarnish his image in the public eye and damage his future prospects were likely wrong.
"For both months, the I&I/TIPP Poll asked voters of both major parties and independents three identical questions: Of Democrats, the poll asked “If the Democratic Presidential primary were held today, who would you vote for?” The same question was asked of Republicans.
"The poll also asked: “What is your preference for the outcome of this November’s congressional elections?”. . .
Own goal: Biden's bid to discredit Trump with Mar-a-Lago raid has only made Trump more popular —I&I/TIPP poll - American Thinker "If Joe Biden and his ruling Democrats had intended to discredit President Trump through their showy Mar-a-Lago raid, a new poll suggests they have failed miserably.
"They've actually accomplished the opposite of what they set out to do.
"According to the highly reputable and accurate I&I/TIPP, Trump has lost not a whit of popularity with Republican voters since the FBI raid.
"In fact, he's actually gained.". . .
The Mar-a-Lago Raid Is the Desperate Act of a Corrupt Establishment | Opinion (newsweek.com) . . ."Normally, a raid by federal law enforcement is the last resort when all other options for obtaining evidence have failed. It is typically used against drug dealers, mafia bosses, and other dangerous criminals—not people suspected of failing to properly deposit documents with the National Archives. Despite a court order authorizing the raid, there is no indication that any seized material had been subpoenaed, the proper intermediary step before dozens of heavily armed FBI shock troops storm one's home. Even Richard Nixon had the courtesy of a subpoena for his infamous Watergate tapes. When Bill and HillaryClinton improperly took gifts and government-owned furniture from the White House, no legal action was forthcoming. As secretary of state, Hillary notoriously exported to her home internet server over 33,000 government emails, which she then deleted and scrubbed in what appeared to be an attempt to avoid an FBI subpoena. The FBI did not raid her house, however, and accepted her and the propagandistic regime media's characterization of the incident as a peccadillo unworthy of law enforcement's attention.". . .