Donald Trump has been charged with 37 counts in relation to the mishandling of records at Mar-a-Lago as well as his efforts to block the government from recovering the documents.
Trump is facing 31 counts on the Espionage Act alone, with a breakdown of the documents detailing that most of them dealt with intelligence collected on foreign countries or American military capabilities.
A recent poll shows Oklahomans are divided on the topic, mostly along party lines.
According to the poll (conducted June 1-4th among likely voting Oklahomans), 45.6% believe Trump should be indicted, 40.6% believe he should not be indicted, and 13.8% don’t know.
The results show 83.2% of Democrats and >77% of Independents believe he should be indicted while 63% of Republicans believe he shouldn’t be indicted. Just about 20% of Republicans approved of the indictment.
SoonerPoll says Republicans were 59% of the total sample of likely voters in the survey and voters who identify as conservative were 55.3% of the overall sample.
SoonerPoll goes on to say 81.2% of voters who described themselves as “very conservative” opposed indicting Trump, while 44.6% of voters who described themselves as “somewhat conservative” opposed the indictment. As for “moderate” voters, 65.4% support the indictment.
Trump is expected in court at 3 p.m. Tuesday, June 13.