Overall, 22% of Americans think the special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report on the Russia investigation vindicates President Donald Trump, while 33% think it implicated him, according to an INSIDER survey.
Later in the survey, INSIDER inquired as to whether the respondent had, in fact, managed to skim the Mueller report yet. Most had not.
The respondents who later indicated they had not in fact read the report were more likely to say it exonerated Trump.
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An INSIDER survey conducted immediately after the redacted version of the special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report on the Russia investigation came out found that 22% of respondents believed the 448-page document vindicated President Donald Trump. About 33% of respondents believed the report implicated him.
The national survey was conducted on SurveyMonkey Audience beginning the same day on which the report was released and continued through April 19, finishing with 1,101 respondents.
Given the instantaneous…