A Monmouth University poll found that “59% of the public are tired of hearing about” Hillary Clinton's emails, “and just 32% say the media should continue to cover” the story.
Conservative and mainstream outlets have obsessively covered Clinton's use of private email as secretary of state, even when there's no news to report. The coverage was criticized by Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders during the last debate when he said the “American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails ... Enough of the emails. Let's talk about the real issues facing America.”
The poll, released on October 21, also found that the “American public is predisposed to believe that the [House Benghazi] committee is looking to discredit Clinton. Specifically, a majority (52%) say the committee is more interested in going after Clinton than it is with learning the facts of the matter (32%).”
To view the poll results, go here.