Poll: Majority Believe Mueller Probe was “Fair,” Satisfied with Results

Poll: Majority Believe Mueller Probe was “Fair,” Satisfied with Results

A new NPR/PBS News hour/Marist poll hows that a majority of Americans believe Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged Trump-Russia collusion was “fair,” and are satisfied with the results.

The poll found that 56 percent of Americans believed Mueller’s investigation was “fair” and 51 percent were “satisfied” with the results.

A full 75 percent of respondents said the full report should be made public.

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Director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, Lee Miringoff said, “People clearly want to see more about the report. They want it released publicly, are eager to see the principals — Mueller and Barr — testify, because they want to see how the sausage was made. They want to see how we got to this point.”

Mueller sent his report to Attorney General William Barr last Friday. On Sunday, Barr released the report’s “principal conclusions,” announcing that the special counsel found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

For the full report, click HERE.

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