On Benghazi, 78 Percent Say Questions of W.H. Response 'Should be Taken Seriously'
10:01 AM, Aug 9, 2013 • By MICHAEL WARREN
Lately, the Obama administration has taken to referring to "phony scandals" that have distracted Washington from the important issues--namely, the White House's domestic agenda. But a new poll from Fox News shows that the majority of Americans believe each of the four of the administration's so-called scandals--the Benghazi attack, the NSA domestic surveillance program, the Justice Department's subpoening of journalists' phone records, and the increased scrutiny of conservative non-profit groups by the IRS--are serious issues.
Among the scandals, the administration's handling of the terrorist attack in Benghazi last year had the highest percentage of voters agreeing with the seriousness of the issue, with 78 percent of voters saying the questions about the attack "should be taken seriously" and only 17 percent calling it a "phony scandal."
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