Poll: Satisfied with FBI’s Comey recommendation to not pursue criminal charges for Clinton’s email use as secretary of state?

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DES MOINES, IA Ð AUGUST 10: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talks about her economic plan, August 10, 2016 in Des Moines, Iowa. It was Clinton's first trip back to Iowa since winning the Iowa Caucus. (Photo by Steve Pope/Getty Images)

At the conclusion of an FBI investigation, Director James Comey said the agency had found many troubling practices surrounding Hillary Clinton’s email use as secretary of state. In his testimony before Congress, the FBI director did not back Clinton’s public statements in which Clinton said she had not sent or received classified information on her private server.

The FBI did not say — as Clinton had — that all classified information stored within her private email system was “retroactively classified,” CNN reported. On the contrary, Comey said, “There is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” He also said he recommended not to pursue criminal charges for Clinton’s email use as secretary of state.

Members of Congress will soon receive notes from her interview with the FBI over her private email server. They could be sent as early as Monday, according to CNN sources.

The FBI does not have a complete transcript of the interview, Comey told Congress in long testimony earlier this summer. Clinton was not under oath, he added. But members of Congress will have access to notes taken during the interview.

Are you satisfied with FBI’s Comey recommendation to not pursue criminal charges for Clinton’s email use as secretary of state?