Poll: 72% Of Young Americans Say Media Has Declared Trump Guilty of Russian Collusion Without EvidenceChris Menahan
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A new poll from IBD/TIPP found the overwhelmingly majority of young Americans believe "the media has prematurely declared President Trump and his allies guilty of collusion with Russia" despite a lack of evidence.
From Investor's Business Daily:
Americans overwhelmingly blame the media for the hoopla surrounding the Russian investigation, with 57% agreeing that "the media has prematurely declared President Trump and his allies guilty of collusion with Russia" despite a lack of evidence. Just 39% disagreed.Their poll also found most Americans do not believe Russia influenced the outcome of the election:
Despite the media's saturation coverage, some 52% of respondents said the outcome of the 2016 presidential election was "not influenced" by Russia, while just 39% said it was.Almost half of Americans said the Russia investigation is a full-on "witch hunt":
Meanwhile, some 47% agreed with the statement that "the investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia is a political 'witch hunt' aimed at getting the president impeached." But 48% disagreed.The poll also found 65% of Americans say it's "premature" to talk about impeachment while only 32% say it's "appropriate."
The poll was taken May 30 to June 6, before former FBI Director James Comey's testimony which largely blew the "Russkie conspiracy" narrative out of the water.
The fake news media's hysterical propaganda is failing. If the Republican party would stop being such cowards and actually work to force through Trump's agenda they could actually win in 2018.
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