The liberal media has been incessantly pushing the narrative that President Donald Trump colluded with Russian officials before and after the 2016 presidential election, but a recent poll showed that Americans aren’t on the same page.
In fact, a majority of American voters said that congressional investigations into alleged Russian interference have hurt the country by taking lawmakers away from other important issues, according to the latest Harvard-Harris Poll survey.
The survey found that 64 percent of those polled believed the Russia probes were damaging to the nation, while 56 percent also wanted Congress and the media to focus on other issues, such as terrorism, health care, the economy, national security and jobs.
An even more impressive 73 percent said they were concerned that the investigations have caused Congress to lose focus on other important issues — a sentiment that was surprisingly bipartisan, as the figure encompassed 81 percent of Republican, 74 percent of independents and 68 percent of Democrats.
Harvard-Harris co-director Mark Penn explained that voters were interested in the Russian election interference issue, but that it has become a harmful distraction with little chance of resulting in any implications for Trump.
“Most voters believe that the president’s actions don’t rise to the level of impeachable offenses, even if some of them were inappropriate,” Penn said, according to The Hill, citing the 62 percent of those polled who indicated that there was currently no hard evidence to support the collusion claims.
(via: Conservative Tribune)