A new NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll finds that 29% of Americans say they believe President Trump has been cleared of wrongdoing, based on what they have heard about special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings, while 40% say they do not believe he has been cleared.
But a third of Americans — 31% — say they’re not sure if Trump has been cleared. That includes nearly half of independents (45%) and about a quarter of both Democrats (27%) and Republicans (25%.)
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A new Baldwin Wallace University poll finds just 39% of Ohio adults approve of President Trump’s job performance, with almost three times more saying that they they “strongly disapprove” of Trump’s handling of the presidency than those who said they “strongly approve.”
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds 72% of Americans say they know enough about Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) to form an opinion of her — a swift rise in name ID for a relatively new figure on the national scene. Among all Americans, 23% have a positive opinion of her, while 34% have a negative one.
The intensity of feelings toward the New York congresswoman is stronger on the political right than on the left: 46% of Democrats have a positive opinion of her, while 64% of Republicans have a negative one.
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds half of registered voters say they are “very uncomfortable” with President Trump’s candidacy for re-election while an additional 9% say they have “some reservations.”
Among those saying they’re “very uncomfortable” are at least half of several traditional swing voter groups, such as independents (50% saying they are “very uncomfortable”), suburban women (56%) and moderates (57%). In contrast, just 26% of voters overall say they’re “enthusiastic” about Trump’s 2020 bid, with another 14% saying they are “comfortable.”
A new Emerson College poll in Nevada shows Joe Biden leading the Democratic primary race with 26% support, followed by Bernie Sanders at 23%, Beto O’Rourke at 10%, Elizabeth Warren at 10%, Kamala Harris at 9%, and Pete Buttigieg at 5%.