Poll Shows Televised Hearings Had Little Impact on Voters

Poll Shows Televised Hearings Had Little Impact on Voters

Trump POLL Reveals January 6 Related Bombshell!

(ReliableNews.org) – The January 6 House Select Committee wrapped up its first round of hearings in July. It ended by showing evidence that allegedly proved former President Donald Trump played a significant role in the events of that day. However, a new poll shows they had little impact on the American people.

According to a Monmouth University poll, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) committee didn’t sway the public much. Opinions about the not-such-a-bombshell final days of testimony before the congressional break actually went in the opposite direction. Prior to the hearings, 42% of those asked thought Trump was directly responsible for the attack on Capitol Hill; afterward, it dropped four points to 38%.

Additionally, at the end of June, 30% of Americans thought the former POTUS did nothing wrong. The number rose to 32% after the final hearing in mid-July.

Monmouth pollsters also asked voters if they want to see Trump run for office again in 2024. The results found that 62% of Republican voters want to see him throw his hat into the ring. Overall, 40% of respondents said they would definitely or probably vote for him if he’s a candidate in the next presidential election.

The January 6 committee intends to hold more hearings in September, just before the midterm elections. Do you think the next round of testimony is going to make a difference?

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