Washington Post-Schar School national poll March 26-29, 2019

Poll Questions

Q: As you may know, special counsel Robert Mueller has completed his investigation of Russia's role in the 2016 election and its possible ties with Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Mueller handled this investigation? Do you approve/disapprove strongly or somewhat?

Q: Given what you've heard or read, do you think the Russian government tried to influence the outcome of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, or not?

Q: Do you think Mueller's final report on the investigation should be made public in its entirety, or not? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat?

Q: This Sunday, Attorney General William Barr released a letter summarizing Mueller's conclusions. Barr said that because of legal limits on what he can release he is reviewing the report to determine what parts can be made public. So far, do you think Barr has released enough details about Mueller's report, or not?

Q: The Mueller investigation concluded that Trump's presidential campaign did NOT criminally conspire with Russia in its attempts to interfere with the 2016 election. Do you accept Mueller's conclusion, or not?

Q: Aside from Mueller's conclusion on criminal conspiracy, how concerned, if at all, are you about the amount of contact between Trump's associates and Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign - Very concerned, somewhat concerned, not so concerned, or not concerned at all?

Q: Mueller's investigation did NOT conclude whether Trump interfered with the investigation in a way that amounts to obstruction of justice, but Attorney General Barr concluded Trump did NOT obstruct justice. What about you - do you think Trump obstructed justice, or not?

Q: Which comes closer to your view about Barr's decision on whether Trump obstructed justice: (Barr's decision was appropriate because of his authority as attorney general) or (Barr's decision was inappropriate because he had criticized Mueller's obstruction inquiry before he was attorney general).

Q: Considering everything, do you think the Mueller investigation was worthwhile to understanding Russia's role in the 2016 election, or was it not worthwhile?

Q: Do you think Democrats in the House of Representatives should continue to investigate whether Trump interfered with the Russia investigation in a way that amounts to obstructing justice, or should they stop investigating this issue?

Q: Do you think Democrats in Congress went too far in accusing Trump and his associates of conspiring with Russians, or not?

Q: Mueller's report states that 'while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him' of obstructing justice. Trump said the report was a 'complete exoneration.' Who do you believe more - Trump or Mueller?

Q: Are you satisfied by the conclusions of the Mueller investigation, or not?

Q: Are you disappointed by the conclusions of the Mueller investigation, or not?

Q: Do the findings of Mueller's investigation make you more likely to vote for Trump in next year's presidential election, less likely to vote for Trump, or do they make no difference in your vote?

Q: Based on what you know, do you think Congress should or should not begin impeachment proceedings that could lead to Trump being removed from office?

Q: Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a...

Q: Thinking about Russian interference in the 2016 election and the federal investigation that followed, do you think Trump committed serious wrongdoing, or not? (IF YES) Do you think Trump committed a crime, or not?