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January 6 Committee Hearings Erode Support For Donald Trump

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A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted in the hours following the final January 6 Committee hearing on Thursday has shown that key indicators of support for former President Donald Trump have decreased amongst Republicans.

  • The poll shows that 40% of Republicans now blame Trump to some extent for the violence on Capitol Hill. This is up from 33% in a poll conducted in early June, before the televised hearings began.
  • ~33% of Republicans respondents now think that Trump should not run for a second presidential term in 2024 up from ~25% before the hearings.
  • 55% of Republicans believe the 2020 election was stolen by Democrats. This is down from 67% in the pre-hearings poll.
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A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted in the hours following the final January 6 Committee hearing on Thursday has shown that key indicators of support for former President Donald Trump have decreased amongst Republicans.

  • The poll shows that 40% of Republicans now blame Trump to some extent for the violence on Capitol Hill. This is up from 33% in a poll conducted in early June, before the televised hearings began.
  • ~33% of Republicans respondents now think that Trump should not run for a second presidential term in 2024 up from ~25% before the hearings.
  • 55% of Republicans believe the 2020 election was stolen by Democrats. This is down from 67% in the pre-hearings poll.