Poll: Majority of Voters Don’t Think Dems Produced Evidence of Trump-Russia Collusion
A majority of voters don’t believe Democrats have been convincing in their Trump-Russia collusion allegations and say any impeachment efforts would be part of a “partisan political ploy,” according to a new McLaughlin & Associates survey.
The Washington Times reports:
The GOP firm surveyed 1,000 voters likely to cast ballots in 2020 last week, and said even as the headlines were filled with reports of Mr. Trump’s former lawyer describing campaign finance violations, voters don’t yet see the president in trouble over Russia. Just 32 percent said given what they’d seen, Democrats had produced evidence Mr. Trump “fixed” the election by cooperating with Russians. Another 46 percent said there’s no such evidence, and 21 percent were unsure at this point.
CEO and partner of McLaughlin & Associates, John McLaughlin said, “You only get a third saying yes, and you’ve got almost a half saying no. The point of the whole thing is where that investigation is going now. After two years and tens of millions of dollars, they haven’t proved their case that the Russians had anything to do with Donald Trump winning.”
Fifty-three percent of respondents believe that if Democrats impeached the president now it would be a “political ploy to stop President Trump.”
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