More than HALF of voters think Hillary Clinton broke the law with her classified emails while only 6 per cent say her hands are clean 

Mail Online | 7/15/2016 | Associated Press
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Hillary Clinton enters the summer damaged by perceptions that she violated the law by using a private email system while serving as secretary of state, a new Associated Press-GfK poll finds.

More than half of Americans think the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee broke the law by using a private email account and server at the State Department and nearly 4 in 10 think she did so intentionally, according to the poll.

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Clinton has battled the notion during her campaign that she is dishonest and purposely set up the private email server because she wanted to hide her public and private exchanges from public scrutiny and skirt disclosure laws.

Her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, calls her 'crooked' at virtually every campaign appearance.

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FBI Director James Comey said last week that Clinton and her staff were 'extremely careless,' but that investigators found no proof she or her aides intended to break laws governing the handling of classified information. 'No charges are appropriate in this case,' he said.

'She's innocent until proven guilty, but to me the FBI director called her guilty and then gave her a pass card,' said James Thompson, a 57-year-old Republican from Colchester, Connecticut. 'If that was anyone else in this world, they would have been gone. They would have been down the river. They would have been in jail.'

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Large and growing numbers of voters view the former first lady and New York senator as dishonest, the poll indicates, but she is helped by Trump's poor ratings on an array of personal attributes.

The poll showed that two-thirds or more of Americans do not consider the GOP businessman to be even somewhat civil, honest, likable or qualified for office.

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Trump is poised to receive the Republican nomination next week at the party's convention in Cleveland. Clinton will rally her supporters later this month in...
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