Nearly half the country supports FBI Mar-a-Lago search – only Republicans are opposed, new poll shows
Donald Trump stands before his luxurious Florida compound, Mar-a-Lago, where he has spent many weekends of his young presidency (AFP Photo/Don EMMERT)

Americans on the right are so outraged the FBI, having probable cause and a federal judge's signature on a legal and valid search warrant, showed up at Mar-a-Lago Monday to confiscate what we now know were between ten and 12 cartons of federal government property, including classified documents.

Trump supporters upon hearing the news almost immediately began calling for civil war, with right wing media including Fox News and other far right outlets reinforcing those attacks.

But a brand new poll just released finds that, as with most issues, Republicans stand alone in their opposition and outrage.

"Just about half of registered voters approve of the FBI search of Trump’s Florida compound," reveals Politico's Morning Consult polling, published Thursday afternoon.

Specifically, 49 percent of registered voters support the raid. 37 percent, slightly more than one-third, oppose it, and 13% don't know.

But the political breakdown reveals what many would expect.

84% of Democrats support the FBI's execution of the search warrant on the former president's home.

47% of independents also support the raid, with just 33% opposed.

But a whopping 72% of Republicans are opposed to the FBI's actions, and just 15% are in support.

The Morning Consult poll also finds that a "majority of voters believe Trump either 'definitely' or 'probably' broke the law while he was president."

That includes 90% of Democrats, 59% of independents, and 24% of Republicans.