Mueller Fail: Most Say Report Release Didn’t Change Views on Trump, Barr Summary “Accurate”

Dan Bongino: A majority of Americans say the release of the highly anticipated Mueller Report did not change their views on President Trump and Attorney General William Barr’s summary on the Special Counsel’s findings was “largely accurate,” according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll.

Seventy-six percent of respondents say their opinions of the president remain unchanged after last week’s release of the report. Fourteen percent said the report changed their minds against Trump while another 10 percent said it changed their minds in favor of the commander-in-chief.

“This didn’t change the minds of many Americans,” Mallory Newall, research director at Ipsos Public Affairs, told Hill.TV’s Jamal Simmons. “So most people, the way that they think about the president, and the Russia investigation, and the Mueller report, is the way that they’ve thought about it already,” she said. read more

6 Comments on Mueller Fail: Most Say Report Release Didn’t Change Views on Trump, Barr Summary “Accurate”

  1. I heard today that Trump’s popularity has dropped to 39%? I never want to hear about a number that isn’t in the 40’s.

    More talk about the good economy..! Address the nation once all the FISA/FailedCoup sh*t hits the fan and explain real life to the dummies who cancel out our votes.

  2. I despise pollsters and the few times I have been
    contacted I ignored their questions. They are
    often cooking their books in various ways to get the
    answers that they like. I think that there are many
    people out there who act like me on this subject.
    One look at how wrong they were about Trump’s
    election pretty much backs that up.

  3. “The Hill-HarrisX survey was conducted April 19–21 among 2,004 registered voters.”

    Not a very comprehensive statement, is it?
    From 2,004 registered voters we can extrapolate the (collective) mood of 330 Million people?
    Yes, statistically, it can be done – if the poll is rigidly scientific and, above all, honest – and the poll polls what the poll purports to poll.

    Ever use a voltmeter? Or a thermometer?
    Ever calibrated one (either)?

    At work we had those Infrared Thermometers, which stated (on the instrument) +- 4 F – which is fine for some things and absolutely useless for others (AC work, for instance where attempting to regulate output to 68 could be anything from 64 to 72).

    Registered voters registered to which Party?
    Which State?
    Which District?
    Which Socio-Economic status?
    Which Race?
    Which Sexual-Perverto-Gender Group?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

    izlamo delenda est …


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