Photo edit of President Donald J. Trump and The Washington Post. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.
Photo edit of President Donald J. Trump and The Washington Post. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Pop Acta.

A Harvard-Harris poll has revealed that the majority of surveyed registered voters believe the indictment against ex-President Donald Trump is politically driven and constitutes electoral interference. The poll, taken after Trump’s arraignment, focused on a 37-count indictment associated with classified documents purportedly taken by Trump to Mar-a-Lago post-presidency.

55% of participants deemed the indictment politically motivated, with 45% seeing it as valid. Furthermore, 56% viewed it as Department of Justice (DoJ) interference in the 2024 elections, against 44% who deemed it as law’s fair application.

A substantial 57% majority predicted that Trump would be acquitted, with many charges linked to the Espionage Act of 1917. Regarding the cases of President Biden’s documents and Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, a majority believed both individuals mishandled classified material, with Clinton also accused of obstructing justice.

Regarding indictments for retaining classified documents post-term, akin to what Clinton, Biden, and others allegedly did, 53% considered it selective prosecution, while 47% saw it as equitable justice application.

Despite the predicted acquittal, the majority still thought the DoJ had made a strong case against Trump. 44% believed in his guilt and supported conviction, 30% considered him likely innocent, and 26% felt he might be guilty but opposed the indictment due to perceived political interference.

The poll also indicated Trump’s leading position in the primary field and a six-point advantage over Biden in a hypothetical general election contest. Conducted from June 14-15, the poll comprised 2,090 registered voters without a specified margin of error.


  1. The New World (communist) Order does not like Trump because they DON’T OWN HIM — like RINO Romney–and McStain before him—or (in my opinion) the blackmailed Pence.

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