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Majority Of Americans Approve Hunter Biden Conviction: Poll

 June 23, 2024

Hunter Biden was recently convicted on three felony counts of lying about his drug use when purchasing a firearm.

A new Economist/YouGov survey shows that a majority of Americans agree with the guilty verdict against President Joe Biden's son, as The Hill reports.

Majority Supports Hunter Biden Conviction

The Economist/YouGov survey was conducted among 1,600 people from June 16-18 and has a margin of error of 3 percentage points. The poll revealed that 67% of respondents approved of Hunter Biden’s guilty verdict.

Hunter Biden was convicted for lying about his illicit drug use in 2018 when applying to purchase a gun. The jury, consisting of 12 Delaware residents, issued three felony convictions.

The survey data highlighted that among Biden supporters, 62% approved of the verdict, 22% were not sure, and 20% disapproved.

Among supporters of former President Trump, 86% approved of the conviction, 9% were not sure, and 5% disapproved.

Differing Opinions Among Political Lines

The survey results showed a stark difference in opinion among political lines. The results were markedly different from a previous poll conducted after Trump's guilty verdict in his hush money case.

During Hunter Biden's trial, his previous addiction to crack cocaine was highlighted. The prosecution argued that the case was about Hunter Biden lying on government forms, not just about drugs.

Hunter Biden faces a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison and a $750,000 fine. Sentencing guidelines suggest 15-21 months in prison for first-time offenders, but the final decision is up to the judge.

President Biden's Response

U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika has yet to set a sentencing date. President Joe Biden has stated he will not pardon his son but has not explicitly ruled out commuting the sentence.

President Biden said that "he will not pardon his son but will accept the outcome of the trial." This statement underscores what many of his supporters say is a commitment to allowing the judicial process to proceed without interference.

Hunter Biden also faces separate charges in California for failing to pay $1.4 million in taxes and filing false returns. A possible trial for these charges is expected in September.

Public Reaction and Future Implications

The public's reaction to the conviction reflects the intense scrutiny and divided opinions surrounding the Biden family. The strong approval from both Biden and Trump supporters indicates a rare moment of bipartisan agreement.

While Hunter Biden’s legal troubles continue, the broader implications for the Biden administration remain to be seen. The case has brought significant attention to issues of gun control, drug addiction, and political accountability.

The upcoming sentencing and separate tax-related charges will likely keep Hunter Biden in the public eye. The outcome of these legal proceedings may further influence public opinion and political dynamics.


In summary, Hunter Biden's recent conviction on three felony counts has garnered substantial public approval, as reflected in the latest Economist/YouGov poll. The survey revealed significant bipartisan support for the guilty verdict, with a majority of respondents from both political camps expressing approval.

As Hunter Biden faces a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison and additional charges in California, the final sentencing and future trials will be closely watched.

President Joe Biden's decision not to pardon his son highlights what he and his supporters say is a commitment to judicial independence. The ongoing legal developments will continue to shape public discourse and political landscapes.