The Hill

By Mark Hensch
August 14, 2015 – 07:14 pm

A majority of Americans believe Hillary Clinton lied about having sensitive national intelligence on her private email server, a new poll finds.

Fifty-eight percent of voters believe Clinton “knowingly lied” last March by claiming her personal email server lacked any classified information, according to a Fox News poll released a Friday.

Another 33 percent believe there is “another explanation” for having “top-secret” information on the device.

Most also think the Democratic presidential candidate endangered the U.S. by using a private server while at the State Department.

The poll found that 54 percent feel Clinton’s use of the device jeopardized national security, while 37 percent don’t think her decision threatened America’s safety.

The new Fox News poll finds that perceptions of Clinton’s trustworthiness vary wildly based on political affiliation.

Some 87 percent of Republicans say Clinton lied, it said, and 81 percent think her use of the device was a security risk.

Among independents, 67 percent believe Clinton acted dishonestly, and over half — 54 percent — believe she endangered national security.

Democrats were most forgiving, with 27 percent thinking Clinton lied and 29 percent seeing her server use as a national security danger.

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