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Over 80% of students say Trump investigations matter to them

(Gerald Herbert/ AP)

In the wake of the release of the redacted Mueller report, America scrambles to digest the findings. The issue - while firmly set from a legal standpoint - moves to the court of public opinion, as Congress mulls its next move. According to College Reaction's latest public interest poll of 1,052 college students from 16 colleges, students will have the investigations top of mind at the ballot box in 2020.

  • When asked whether the investigations into President Trump matter, 81.43% say the investigations into Donald Trump matter to them

While a broad spate of issues will shape students' votes in 2020, it is worth noting that the President's culpability will play a decisive role. Congress has already moved to learn more - House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler has requested Mueller appear before the committee, and committee member (and Presidential candidate) Eric Swalwell has called on Attorney General William Barr to resign because of how he chose to release the report.


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