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Americans have made up their minds on Trump’s ties to Russia, according to poll


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Mueller is expected to reveal his conclusions soon on whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.

Only a small number of Americans have yet to make up their minds about whether Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign coordinated with Russian officials. This finding comes after a Reuters/Ipsos polling, which also showed deep divisions in the United States in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.

According to Reuters, 8 out of 10 Americans decided almost immediately about Trump campaign ties to Moscow and only about two in 10 appear to be undecided.

About half of Americans believe President Trump tried to stop federal investigation into his campaign, according to the survey.

The poll, which has tracked public opinion of the Russia invitation since Special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed in May 2017, has gathered responses from more than 72,000 adults.

According to the poll, public opinion appears to have hardened early, changing little over the past two years, despite criminal charges made against many people associated with the Trump campaign.

When respondents were asked about the investigation, about 8 in 10 Democrats said they thought the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, while 7 in 10 Republicans said they did not.

Mueller is expected to wrap up his investigation soon, while Moscow and Trump continue to deny any collusion.

 

 

 

 


Estadounidenses han tomado decisión sobre vínculos de Trump con Rusia, según encuesta

 

Mueller is expected to reveal his conclusions soon on whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.

Solo un pequeño número de estadounidenses aún no se decide si la campaña electoral de Donald Trump para 2016 se coordinó con funcionarios rusos. Este hallazgo se produce después de una encuesta de Reuters / Ipsos, que también mostró profundas divisiones en los Estados Unidos en el período previo a las elecciones presidenciales de 2020.

Según Reuters, 8 de cada 10 estadounidenses decidieron casi de inmediato sobre los vínculos de la campaña de Trump con Moscú y solo dos de cada 10 parecen estar indecisos.

Según la encuesta, cerca de la mitad de los estadounidenses creen que el presidente Trump intentó detener la investigación federal sobre su campaña.

La encuesta, que ha rastreado la opinión pública de la invitación de Rusia desde que se nombró al fiscal especial Robert Mueller en mayo de 2017, ha recopilado las respuestas de más de 72,000 adultos.

Según la encuesta, la opinión pública parece haberse endurecido temprano, cambiando poco en los últimos dos años, a pesar de los cargos penales presentados contra muchas personas relacionadas con la campaña de Trump.

Cuando se les preguntó a los encuestados sobre la investigación, aproximadamente 8 de cada 10 demócratas dijeron que pensaban que la campaña de Trump se confabuló con Rusia, mientras que 7 de cada 10 republicanos dijeron que no.

 

 

 

 


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