CNN Poll- Public Sees No Benghazi Cover Up

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Honestly, the public is starting to sound sane lately! Has Fox lost it's reach?

On Libya, 54% of the country is dissatisfied with the administration's response to the Benghazi attack, with only four in ten saying they're satisfied with the way the White House handled the matter.

"But that dissatisfaction is not because Americans see a cover-up," said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Only 40% believe that the inaccurate statements that administration officials initially made about the Benghazi attack were an attempt to deliberately mislead the public. Fifty-four percent think those inaccurate statements reflected what the White House believed to be true at the time."

Nearly half of those questioned (48%) say that the U.S. could have prevented the attack on its consulate in Benghazi, with 42% saying the U.S. could not have prevented the attack.

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  • David G

    How naive of those who think there's some sort of way that the Obama administration, during the heat of a "close" election campaign, would knowingly put a potential international situation out there for causing them all sorts of hell and of course votes along with it.   If they even had the scent of a possible problem in Bhenghazi, they would have been all over it.  This shit happens... that's the nature of this international beast.  But of all the times of the year to be diligent, it would have been while running to keep your job.  DG