A recent Rasmussen poll shows that 44 percent of Americans believe it is at least possible that Obama hacked Trump Tower, while 53 percent say it is at least not likely.
What’s telling in this poll is that 73 percent of Republicans think it’s at least possible Obama hacked Trump Tower, while the Democrats come in at 83 percent who view it as being at least unlikely. This tells many of us what we already know. Within the GOP fold, we have a significant portion of progressive-lites, Rinos, who cannot be counted on in the Trump Revolution.
A new Rasmussen Reports poll shows that while most Republican respondents are in agreement that the wiretapping could have taken place, Americans overall are split on the issue.
The survey found that 44 percent of all likely U.S. voters consider it likely that Obama ordered electronic surveillance of Trump’s campaign headquarters, with 26 percent who say it’s “very likely.”
Fifty-three percent (53%) say the claim is unlikely, with 40 percent who say it’s “not at all likely.”
Among voters not affiliated with either party, there is an even 50-50 split.
Most Republicans (73%) view the wiretapping as likely, with 47 percent who say it’s “very likely.”
An overwhelming majority of Democrats (83%) think it is unlikely that the wiretapping could have taken place, with 69 percent who view it as “not at all likely.”
Source: Rasmussen: Americans Heavily Divided Over Trump’s Wiretapping Claim | MRCTV