Americans are party policy on whether former President Donald Trump should be criminally liable for his role in the parliamentary riots last year. It is divided along.
A whopping 86% of Democrats say the 45th president should be prosecuted. The Associated Press / NORC survey found.
In contrast, among Republicans, 68% believe Trump should not be prosecuted, 10% say it should be prosecuted, and 21% are sufficient to express their views. He states that he has no knowledge.
Independent voters are more evenly divided on this question, with 36% supporting criminal accusations against Trump, 25% disagreeing, and 38% not knowing. ..
Overall, 48% of Americans say Trump should face criminal liability, 31% believe he shouldn't, and 20% don't know. ..
Voting was held five times this month by the House Selection Committee to investigate what happened and what happened until January 6, 2021, when Trump supporter mobs confused Congress. It was held after the hearing was held. Biden's Electoral College Voting Certification.
However, the investigation was conducted before the Commission's urgent scheduled Tuesday hearing,Cassidy Hutchinson, former White House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows' top aide, testified under an oath.
One of Hutchinson's most shocking claims was that the former president grabbed the handle of an SUV and shouted "I'm the president" on January 6th. . An agent for Secret Services told him he couldn't join his supporters at the Capitol.
AP-NORC polls show that Democrats pay more attention to hearings than Republicans.
Three-quarters (75%) of Democrats say they are tracking House Commission hearings, as opposed to 42% of Republicans and independents. increase.
Overall, 56% of Americans are hearing, yes. Compared to 43% who answered not.
However, more than half (57%) of Americans answered "no" when asked if they saw or heard a hearing. This includes 72% of Republicans, 66% of independents, and only 41%. Of the Democratic Party.
Democrats make up the main audience for hearings, with 58% of the members of the survey watching and listening to live coverage compared to 32% independent and 27% Republicans. It states that it did. ..
When asked to lower the level of responsibility for a riot, 61% say the rioter has "great" responsibility. Trump was then accused of 49% "massive", followed by Congressional Republicans (26%) and Parliamentary Democrats (12%)
Only 12% of Republicans were Trump. "There is a lot of responsibility compared to 85% of Democrats and 37% of Republicans.
Kathryn Keller, an investment banker who retired from San Francisco, said Trump was on January 6th. One of those who believe that they shouldn't be accused of. , Insists that anyone who has done internal damage should be prosecuted.
Trump "never be charged anything," she told AP.
But for , 86-year-old Democrat Ella Metze In South Carolina, Trump's responsibilities were clear from the moment Trump urged his supporters to "fight like hell" in an ellipse near the White House.
"It was intended to provoke. Violence as he continued to encourage them," she told AP. "When that happened, I saw it all and wondered why someone wouldn't stop it. Why doesn't he stop it?"
In polls, We surveyed 1,053 Americans between June 23 and 27.
There is an error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.
With post wire