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New Poll Asks: How Would Americans View a Trump Conviction?

via NBC News
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A majority of U.S. voters believe that if former President Donald Trump is convicted of a serious crime, it would be a fair outcome and that he should not be allowed to serve as president again in such a scenario.

However, many Republican voters disagree, viewing a conviction as politically motivated and believing he should be allowed to serve as president even if found guilty.

Awareness of Trump’s indictments is not universal, with significant numbers unaware or unsure, particularly among Republicans.

Most Americans are not aware that U.S. law does not automatically prevent a convicted felon from becoming president.

The impact of a potential conviction on the 2024 election remains uncertain, with partisan differences in views on Trump’s fitness for the presidency.

While the majority of Republicans currently support Trump, there are signs of potential shifts in support and perceptions of electability if he is convicted.

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