Marquette Law School Poll: Trump had secret documents

NEW MARQUETTE LAW SCHOOL NATIONAL SURVEY FINDS A THIRD OF THE PUBLIC AND THREE-FIFTHS OF REPUBLICANS DON’T BELIEVE TRUMP HAD SECRET DOCUMENTS AT MAR-A-LAGO; BIDEN’S APPROVAL RATING RISES TO 45% FROM 36% IN JULY

Interviews were conducted using the SSRS Opinion Panel

MILWAUKEE — A new Marquette Law School national survey finds that 33% of adults say they do not believe Donald Trump had “top secret and other classified material” at his Mar-a-Lago estate this summer, while 67% believe he did have such documents. Sixty-one percent of Republicans say he did not have such secret documents, while 39% say he did. In contrast, large majorities of independents and Democrats think Trump had classified material at his Florida home, as shown in Table 1. (All results in the tables are stated as percentages; the precise wording of the questions can be found in the online link noted above.)