Nearly half of voters surveyed in a new poll said they would support special counsel investigations into both the Trump and Clinton campaigns from the 2016 presidential election.
According to The Hill, the latest Harvard CAPS/Harris survey showed the following results:
- 44 percent said two separate special counsels should investigate each campaign.
- 27 percent said only Trump's campaign should be investigated, which is currently the case.
- 21 percent said only Clinton's campaign should be investigated.
Regarding the special counsel investigation into Trump's campaign that was set up to ascertain whether there was collusion with Russia:
- 38 percent said hard evidence has surfaced that shows there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
- 36 percent said there is not yet hard evidence to support the collusion claim.
- 63 percent said the investigation is hurting the country, with 37 percent saying it is helping the country.
The Department of Justice's Russia investigation headed by special counsel Robert Mueller has thus far indicted three people — former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, Manafort's business associate Rick Gates, and Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos.
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