Fox Poll: Voters don't think Obama scandals are 'phony'

By varying majorities, the voting public doesn't think much of President Obama's contention that the scandals swirling around his administration are phony. Fox News: A Fox News national poll released Thursday finds that 78 percent of voters think the questions over the administration's handling of the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi should be taken seriously. Just 17 percent call it a phony scandal.  The attack, on the anniversary of September 11, killed four Americans -- including the U.S. ambassador. Meanwhile, 69 percent of voters say the National Security Agency's electronic surveillance of everyday Americans is serious, while 26 percent call that a fake scandal. By a margin of 59-31 percent, voters are also more likely to view the seizure of reporters' phone records by the Justice Department as serious rather than phony.  And while the White House sees a Congressional investigation of the IRS targeting of conservative groups as a...(Read Full Post)