Most say they believe Federal Bureau of Investigation over Trump

Most say they believe Federal Bureau of Investigation over Trump

Most say they believe Federal Bureau of Investigation over Trump

"President Trump has a stronger approval rating (48%) today than President Barack Obama (44%) did in 2010 on this same day", their statement said.

A new Quinnipiac University poll released on Tuesday shows a more nuanced look at how GOP voters view the Russian Federation investigation -- where they are unanimously skeptical and where their confidence has eroded over time.

President Donald Trump has attempted to "derail or obstruct" the Russian Federation investigation, said 53 percent of American voters in a Quinnipiac University National Poll released Wednesday.

Most Democrats, 87 percent, believe the Federal Bureau of Investigation is "just trying to do their job", according to the Marist poll.

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Americans are also feeling very optimistic about the economy, which may be contributing to Mr. Trump's improving numbers. Forty-six percent say there is GOP obstruction in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's possible interference in Trump's 2016 campaign. A list of topics that Mueller has provided to Trump's lawyers suggests any interview between the two could focus substantially on obstruction of justice issues.

Voters are divided on whether Trump is a racist: 49 percent say he is; 46 percent say he is not. In a separate probe, 56 percent said the probe is fair and only 28 percent disagreed. Mueller's investigation has charged four people, including former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty in December to lying to the FBI about conversations with Russia's ambassador.

A slim majority of voters, 51%, say they approve of how Trump is handling the economy, his highest mark on this question since his inauguration. Yes, the Mueller investigation must be allowed to proceed unimpeded, and the scurrilous attacks against the FBI and Department of Justice must end. Still, 62% think the plan mostly helps the wealthy, a number almost unchanged since November.Favorable views of the Republican Party are up from 24% before tax reform passed to 32% now, though a majority of voters, 51%, still view the governing party unfavorably.This was conducted February 2-5, 2018, among 1,333 registered voters.

The Economist/YouGov poll surveyed 1,320 registered voters between February 4 and February 6, and it has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percent.

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