(POLL) Voters split on whether Trump can get a fair trial

Voters are almost evenly divided over whether Donald Trump can get a fair trial in his criminal prosecution.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

The survey finds 49% of likely voters say they believe it’s likely Trump will get a fair trial in the four separate cases against him. That includes 35% who say a fair trial is “very likely.”

Forty-seven percent (47%) say they don’t think Trump will get a fair trial, including 29% who say a fair trial is “not at all likely.”

Trump faces a total of 91 charges in the four cases. 

While 74% of Democrats say they believe it’s at least somewhat likely Trump will be able to get a fair trial, that belief is shared by only 27% of Republicans and 44% of voters not affiliated with either major party.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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4 thoughts on “(POLL) Voters split on whether Trump can get a fair trial”

  1. Ask a democrat, Trump is guilty; ask a republican, Trump is being politically persecuted.
    Ninety one charges, all politically motivated, is throwing mud against the wall to see what sticks. People I talk to around the world believe Trump must be guilty of something to have all those charges from 3 DAs and a Special Prosecutor. I disagree completely but I am but one with few adherents.
    What is truly shocking is the same people who believe Trump is guilty fail to see the corruption of the Biden administration.
    Based on this poll, Trump will only get a fair trial in a conservative leaning district. Definitely NOT in the DC swamp.

  2. As long as most people still listen to the MSM and read the so-called authoritative newspapers, even in a politically neutral court and jury, Trump might be convicted. People need desperately to WAKE THE F UP!!!

  3. Meanwhile, Trump’s lawyers have Moved that Judge Chutkan to recuse herself, the DOJ has Responded, and Trump’s lawyers have Replied, and Judge Chutkan has had two days and STILL hasn’t ruled on whether she will or won’t recuse herself, even though it’s not an issue that requires her to review stacks of evidence. She KNOWS whether or not she’s made statements indicative of bias and therefore KNOWS whether one might reasonably question whether she’s impartial.
    Yet still no ruling.

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