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Thursday’s explosive hearing pitting sexual assault accuser Christine Blasey Ford against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh surprisingly changed few minds, according to a new survey.

The latest YouGov/Economist survey said that the answers given by over 1,000 poll respondents before and after the hearing were largely the same, a sign that political partisanship is more powerful than the testimony.

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The analysis concluded: There appears to be little movement in support for Kavanaugh’s confirmation as a result of the hearings. 1,151 of the respondents in this survey had been interviewed for our September 22 survey for the Economist and were asked both times whether the Senate should confirm Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court Justice. 80 percent of respondents gave the same answer in both surveys and there was almost no net movement in one direction or the other. 15 percent of prior Kavanaugh supporters switched to opposed or undecided and 16 percent of prior Kavanaugh opponents switched to supporters or undecided. 18 percent of those who were undecided switched to opposition and 17 percent to support.

YOUGOV.COM reports:

It is hard to believe that Democrats and Republicans were watching the same hearings. 73% of Democrats thought Ford was telling the truth, compared to only 14% of Republicans. 74% of Republicans thought Kavanaugh was telling the truth compared to only 11% of Democrats. Independents were in between, with slightly more believing Ford (33%) than Kavanaugh (32%) and higher percentages not sure about either.

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  1. I still remain standing with Brett Kavanaugh..i don’t believe these accused women were sexually assaulted by Kavanaugh. This is all a POLITICAL MOVEMENT not to nominate a REPUBLICAN…LED AND PAID BY SOROS…IT’S DISGUSTING AND ANTI-AMERICAN….DRAIN THE ENTIREEVIL DEVIL DEMONRATS NOW EVRRY SINGLE ONE OF THEM..BE CAUTIOUS OF FLAKES

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