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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Four in 10 Americans believe sexual misconduct allegations against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, while three in 10 do not and the rest do not know, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll that split largely along party lines.
The poll, released on Sunday, follows an emotionally charged week in Washington, during which Kavanaugh’s once-certain confirmation was jeopardized after three women made allegations against him, including accusations of assault and exposing himself in public in the 1980s.
The article goes on to state the following:
The poll found that 42 percent of adults said they believed the accusations, including about the same number of men and women. Thirty-one percent do not believe them and 27 percent said they “don’t know” what to believe.
20180930: Chris Kahn, Reuters: Poll finds many more Americans believe accuser than Kavanaugh but 30 per cent undecided or don’t know https://t.co/SXZsWoj5oG
— John N. Davis (@johnndavis) October 1, 2018
Four in 10 believe allegations against Kavanaugh, three in 10 do not: Reuters/Ipsos poll https://t.co/qRndUm76SO
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) September 30, 2018
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