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Voted worried about Trump probes, ask his honesty: NBC-WSJ survey



  President Donald J. Trump is debating with minority leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., And Minister of the Senate Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., as Vice President Mike Pence, listening at a meeting in the Oval Office of White House on Tuesday, 11 December 2018 in Washington, DC.

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President Donald J. Trump Debates With Minority Minister Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., And Minister Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y., As Vice President Mike Pence Listens During a Meeting of the Oval Office of White House Tuesday, December 11 2018 in Washington, DC.

President Donald Trump maintains strong support from other Republicans, but Americans generally express concern about their potential involvement in criminal matters, according to the recent NBC News / Wall Street Journal poll.

Further suggests the issues raised by pollen about Trump's integrity that the political adjustments predecessors have made after mid-term cuts would not make a big difference to him.

"This is not a misunderstanding," said Hart. "It's worse – a voice without trust".

The investigation points to dissatisfaction with both political parties. Democrats remain barely over the water in general terms, with 39 percent expressing favorable opinions and 37 percent unfavorable.

But Republicans are underwater, with 32 percent beneficial and 42 percent unfavorable. A 48 percent number of Americans want Democrats to take the lead to set policy for the country, compared with 21 percent who say Republicans and 19 percent President Trump.


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