Poll Finds Most Americans Want the White House to Share Solyndra Documents

- Sixty-three Percent of Americans Say the White House Should Comply with Subpoena and Share Documents -

A new poll by Poll Position found that most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration's $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.
A new poll by Poll Position found that most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration's $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.
  • A new poll by Poll Position found that most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration's $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.
    A new poll by Poll Position found that most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration's $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.
    A new poll by Poll Position found that most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration's $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.
    A new poll by Poll Position found that most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration's $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.
  • Sixty-three percent of Americans say the White House should comply with the request, while 20% disagreed.  Seventeen percent said they had no opinion on the question.
    Sixty-three percent of Americans say the White House should comply with the request, while 20% disagreed. Seventeen percent said they had no opinion on the question.
    Sixty-three percent of Americans say the White House should comply with the request, while 20% disagreed.  Seventeen percent said they had no opinion on the question.
    Sixty-three percent of Americans say the White House should comply with the request, while 20% disagreed. Seventeen percent said they had no opinion on the question.

Atlanta, Ga. – November 7, 2011 – Most Americans believe the White House should comply with a subpoena from Congressional committees demanding the White House turn over documents related to the Obama administration’s $535 million loan guarantees to the now-failed solar energy company Solyndra.

Sixty-three percent of Americans say the White House should comply with the request, while 20% disagreed.  Seventeen percent said they had no opinion on the question.

The White House has refused to comply with the request, which a White House counsel recently dismissed as a “vast fishing expedition” and a “significant intrusion on Executive Branch interests.”

Republicans favored White House disclosure of the documents by a 89%-7% margin, Democrats opposed it 35%-34%, and independents called for disclosure 65%-19%.

See a breakdown of survey participants by age, race, gender, and political affiliation in crosstabs for this poll at http://media.pollposition.com.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/Poll-Position-crosstabs-Solyndra.pdf.

Poll Position’s scientific telephone survey of 1,179 registered voters nationwide was conducted November 6, 2011 and has a margin of error of ±3%.   

What do you think? Should the White House share the Solyndra documents? Vote in our online companion poll and comment at http://pollposition.com/2011/11/07/64-to-white-house-share-solyndra-documents/.

The online companion poll in which you can vote provides unscientific results, meaning it’s a tally of participating Poll Position users, not a nationally representative sampling.

Poll Position is committed to transparency and upholding the highest professional standards in its polling, explaining why we provide you with the crosstabs of our scientific polls. Crosstabs provide a breakdown of survey participants by age, race, gender, and political affiliation.

Learn more about Poll Position’s polling methodology at http://pollposition.com/2011/09/26/our-polling-methodology/.

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