Rasmussen’s new poll shows how many people think Hillary broke the law in Russian scandal … WOW, she’s toast!

A majority of Americans believe Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation engaged in illegal activities with Russia.

A new Rasmussen Reports poll showed that 51 percent of likely voters believe that Clinton, her husband, former President Bill Clinton, or their associates broke the law in their dealings with Russia.

A whopping 60 percent believe that it is likely that the Clinton was influenced by donations to the Clinton Foundation during her tenure as secretary of state, with 45 percent believing that it is “very likely” according to the poll.

The morsel of good news for Clinton is that the “very likely” number is actually less than 49 percent who thought it was “very likely” last August.

Rasmussen conducted the poll of likely voters by telephone and online surveys between Oct. 24-25,2017. It has a 95 percent level of confidence and a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.

The poll found that blacks tended to trust the Clintons more than whites. The same was true for women who were less skeptical of her than men were.

A september poll by Rasmussen discovered that 54 percent of voters believe the FBI made a mistake in keeping its files on last years probe of Clinton secret because they believe she broke the law in the way she handled classified emails as secretary of state.

In April, 52 percent of those surveyed by Rasmussen believed that an investigation into the Clintons ought to be included in the investigation of collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia.

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