When it comes to allegations of alleged sexual misconduct against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, the bulk of respondents to our latest Indy Politics Political Pulse informal survey either believe the women or want more facts before making a decision.
The survey of more than 400 readers showed that 42 percent thought Hill should resign over the allegations while 41 percent wanted more facts. Thirty-eight percent think the Attorney General has been treated fairly in this process, 34 percent said he was not getting fair treatment and 28 percent were undecided. Fifty-two percent thought the women were more credible while 43 percent said they were waiting on all the facts. An overwhelming number, nearly 60 percent, had an unfavorable view of the Attorney General.
The informal poll also showed the following…
- Forty-seven percent said they were supporting Mike Braun in the race for the U.S. Senate, 37 percent said were backing Joe Donnelly.
- Forty percent gave Donald Trump a grade of “B” or better for his Presidency, while 40 percent gave him a grade of “D” or worse.
- Nearly 70 percent gave Governor Eric Holcomb a grade of “B” or better.
- Seventy-three percent thought Indiana was on the right track, while only 41 percent thought the nation was on the right track.
- Nearly 57 percent said they have made a retail purchase of alcohol on Sunday since it became legal.
The survey was made possible, in part, with support from our partners at Indianapolis Public Schools, the Institute for Quality Education and Hirons Crisis Communications.