According to a Rasmussen poll conducted Monday, 54% of likely voters say they believe that former Vice President Joe Biden "consulted about and perhaps even profited in" his son Hunter's foreign entanglements with a Chinese company. Roughly 38% said they thought it was unlikely the Democratic nominee for president was involved.
The partisan breakdown was predictable, with 95% of Trump supporters believing Joe Biden was at least informed of his son's questionable practices and only 15% of Biden supporters believing the same.
Similarly, slightly more likely voters (35%) say that Biden is less ethical than most politicians than those who say he is more ethical than most (33%).
🔦 The data come on the heels of one of Hunter Biden's business associates implicating the former vice president in his son's affairs. Joe Biden has denied any involvement.