Poll: 60% of Americans Want Kavanaugh Confirmed if FBI Rejects Allegations
Harvard CAPS/Harris poll took information from 1,330 registered voters
60 percent of Americans want Brett Kavanaugh confirmed to the supreme court if the allegations of sexual misconduct of dismissed by the FBI, according to a new poll.
The Harvard CAPS/Harris poll, which took 1,330 registered voters, discovered other encouraging signs for r Kavanaugh and his supporters.
The numbers revealed that 40 percent of voters found only Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony to be “credible.”
By comparison, 23 percent of voters found Kavanaugh’s rebuttal testimony “credible.”
By comparison, only 23 percent said they found only Kavanaugh’s rebuttal testimony “credible.”
According to the DC: However, 27 percent of those polled observed both Kavanaugh and Ford “credible,” which suggests a total of 50 percent decided Kavanaugh credible, opposed to 67 percent for Ford.
Here is where things get intriguing…
“But the credibility of their testimony does not appear to be the decisive factor,” pollster Mark Penn writes. “Rather, the question comes down to corroboration as the standard for tipping public opinion on whether Kavanaugh should ascend to the high court.”
As of now, in the wake of the testimony, only 37 percent want Kavanaugh confirmed, but just 44 percent say he should not be confirmed.
Because “corroboration” is the only standard a vast majority of Americans care about, if this FBI investigation clears him, a vast 60 percent want Kavanaugh confirmed.
Moreover, once those polled were informed: “that the named witnesses deny any information of the allegation, this changes to 57 percent who favor confirmation.”
In other words, once voters know the full truth (the truth the establishment media are hiding from them), they overwhelmingly side with Kavanaugh — those who request for his confirmation jump from 37 percent to 57 percent.
There are other numbers bubbling under the surface inconvenient to the false reality created by the media.
To begin with “69 percent agree with Kavanaugh’s pronouncement and Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-S.C.) statement that the proceedings have been a national disgrace.”
Secondly, the poll discovered that a whopping 75 percent believe Sen. Dianne Feinstein “should have turned over Ford’s letter months earlier so that this debacle might have been avoided.”
An entire 63 percent believe Kavanaugh will eventually be cleared and confirmed.