In a new poll published by The Hill Wednesday, over half of registered voters oppose the claim President Trump’s team conspired with Russia during the election.
The Harvard-Harris Poll survey found that 54 percent of voters don’t think members of the Trump team illicitly colluded with the Russians over the campaign.
Much of the early focus surrounding Russian meddling has been on White House officials that met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the campaign.
It may not be a super majority, but nevertheless, still over half.
The results from the poll were given exclusively to The Hill. It was conducted online among 2,092 registered voters from March 14 to March 16.
They also found voters across the board have a negative view on FBI Director James Comey by more than a 2 to 1 margin.
Also, 40% of voters say Congress spends too much time on wiretapping claims.
On Monday, The Hill reported The White House stating there was “no evidence” working with Russia during the election.
“Nothing has changed,” a White House official wrote in an email. “Senior Obama intelligence officials have gone on record to confirm there is NO EVIDENCE of Trump-Russia collusion and there is NO EVIDENCE of a Trump-Russia scandal.”
Multiple times, Trump has blasted Democrats on Twitter and TV for their repeated claims Russia was involved in the election.
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