Majority of voters say Russian Federation case is hurting the country

Poll Half want Dems to control Congress after 2018

According to the poll, 64 percent say the Russian Federation probes are damaging to the nation and 56 percent want Congress and the media to focus on other issues like terrorism, healthcare, the economy, national security and jobs. "Most voters believe that the president's actions don't rise to the level of impeachable offenses, even if some of them were inappropriate". Republicans are at 37 percent approval and Democrats are at 38. Independents break for Comey over Trump, 47 percent to 17 percent. Fifty-eight percent said Comey's private memos about his private conversations with Trump are accurate. "These are coming not only from the special prosecutor but from Congress", Zaino said.

"We are getting reports now that Donald Trump is spending early mornings every day on phone calls just about the Russian investigation", Zaino said. Sixty percent said Comey should have announced that Trump was not the target of an investigation. Thirty-eight percent said they believe Trump will eventually be impeached. However, 54 percent said they believe his associates may have done so.

Either way, 62 percent of voters say there is now no hard evidence to support the collusion claims.

Trump is the 45th President of the United States.

At the same time, Americans now say by 50 percent to 42 percent they want Democrats to control Congress after the 2018 mid-term elections.

North Korea has tested a heavy duty engine for ballistic missiles
While that has been a non-starter for the United States , experts say this could be an opening gambit from Pyongyang. It was the second such test of the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor, which is being developed by Raytheon.

"The vast majority of the public has not been moved in a significant way off of their impressions of Trump from the beginning of his presidency", said Democratic pollster Fred Yang, who worked with Republican pollster Bill McInturff to conduct the poll.

The survey shows that just 40 percent of Americans approve of Trump's job performance, while 55 percent disapprove.

In addition, 62 percent said there exists a campaign to delegitimize the president.

Of course, only 16 percent of Democrats participating in the survey stated the reporting was "Irresponsible" and over-dramatized, with a whopping 63 percent said the media was responsible and proper in their coverage.

The survey is a collaboration of the Harvard Center for American Political Studies and The Harris Poll. The Hill will be working with Harvard-Harris Poll throughout 2017. " The full poll results are due to be posted online later this week".

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