Do You Still Trust the Secret Service to Protect the President? — Survey of the Day
The prostitution scandal involving at least 12 Secret Service agents is raising question about the agency that is tasked with protecting the president and his family.
Some wonder if this type of misconduct could lead to a ‘honey pot’ situation in which a foreign government uses an attractive female agent to trap Secret Service personal in the kind of compromising situation that could jeopardize the president’s security.
However, at this point, most people don’t see this as a potential problem. According to a recent survey from Rasmussen Reports of 1,000 adults, 81 percent are still confident in the Secret Service’s protection of the first family.