Clinton emails matter to 64 percent of US voters

Washington Examiner:
A new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal shows that 64 percent of voters are concerned about "[Hillary] Clinton's use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state."

Despite Clinton and her campaign's repeated attempts to downplay the email controversy, the poll shows voters aren't buying their explanations.

Though it's less than half the country, it's still telling that 44 percent of voters have concerns about Clinton's recent health issues, while 45 percent have concerns with Clinton's comment that "You can put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables... Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic, you name it."
There is also a crisis in confidence in the FBI's handling of the email situation with Clinton as more revelations roll in.
Over the weekend, a report broke that Clinton's files were in fact stolen by the Romanian hacker, and then stolen by other hackers from Guccifer. That has some lawmakers openly worried that foreign nationals are about to receive Clinton's data, if they haven't already....
There is also the issue of the potential that she had her email address removed from other emails in order to avoid having to produce them pursuant to a congressional subpoena.

This piece shows a chart of how the emails have caused Clinton to lose control of the narrative.


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