It's generally inappropriate to wear a swimsuit and flip-flops to a funeral...but it's not criminal. --Curt
Strong majorities of Americans believe that both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump acted inappropriately when it came to their handling of classified documents, but in weighing their severity, a plurality of the public believes Trump's actions were more serious, a new ABC News/Ipsos poll finds.
Over three-quarters of the public, 77%, feel that Trump acted inappropriately in the way he handled classified files, while 64%, say the same of Biden.
[The] poll finds that more than twice as many Americans think that Trump's actions were more severe than Biden's, with 43% saying Trump's behavior was a "more serious concern" and 20% saying Biden's behavior was more serious. Still, nearly a third of the public (30%) finds the actions of both to be equally serious.
Independents [who are often the deciding factor in elections] are much more likely to say Trump's behavior was more serious than Biden's, 43% to 14%.