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Poll: Most Think Congress Should Probe Trump's Ties to Russia During Election

Poll: Most Think Congress Should Probe Trump's Ties to Russia During Election

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By    |   Saturday, 25 February 2017 04:48 PM

Many Americans say lawmakers should investigate whether President Donald Trump or anyone on his presidential campaign team communicated with the Russian government ahead of the election, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

Fifty-three percent of Americans say they want Congress to probe any possible ties while 25 percent disagree. Twenty-one percent say they don’t have an opinion either way.

The poll was conducted February 18-22.

The CIA and FBI last year laid out a judgment that Russia interfered in the election with the intent to get Trump elected and harm Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s electability and potential presidency.

Fifty-four percent of people polled by NBC and the Wall Street Journal believe that Congress should investigate that assessment, with 29 percent disagreeing.

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Many Americans say lawmakers should investigate whether President Donald Trump or anyone on his presidential campaign team communicated with the Russian government ahead of the election, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
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