And the millenials lead the way.
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More than three-quarters of Americans believed the Internal Revenue Service did not “lose” the emails that are the target of an Congressional investigation, with a whopping 82% of Millenials (those aged under 35) believing that the emails were “deliberately destroyed.” Just 12% of any age group believe they were “accidentally destroyed” with another 12% saying they are unsure, according to the survey conducted by Anderson Robbins and Shaw & Company Research.

The U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, headed by Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) held a two part hearing titled, “IRS Obstruction: Lois Lerner’s Missing Emails,” Monday night and Tuesday morning. The hearings were the result of the IRS’ announcement two weeks ago that it had lost all emails from IRS officials to the Department of Justice, White House, the Treasury Department, and other official departments from January 2009 to April 2011 (the period Congress is investigating.)