Democrats spent time and money on public hearings of their J6 commission. The commission’s goal, it seems, was to blame Trump for the events of January 6th.
But has the (poorly viewed) hearings done anything to change people’s minds? We have the numbers.
From Rasmussen Reports:
A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 34% of Likely U.S. voters say the House Select Committee’s hearings have made them more likely they’ll vote for Democrats in this fall’s congressional midterm elections. However, 30% say the Capitol riot hearings have made them more likely to vote for Republicans and 32% say the hearings have made much difference in how they’ll vote in November.
Wow, big swing and a miss! Democrats spent weeks airing hearings that were meant to slander Trump and Republicans.
Yet according to this new poll, very few voters appear to be affected. Only 34% are likely to vote for Democrats after watching.
A 30% say they are more likely to vote Republican. And only 32% overall said the hearings made a difference in how they’ll vote.
Those are some rookie numbers, when you consider how much time and effort Pelosi and her Democrats were putting into these hearings.
The media even tried to hype up the testimony of a former Trump staffer, who was reporting third-handed information.
In a matter of hours, the story was debunked.
What’s so silly about the Democrats’ plan was that it was almost entirely focused on Donald Trump.
But, Trump isn’t running this year! Even if he endorses candidates, voters will not be making decisions based on what Trump did or did not do on January 6th.
Instead, they’ll be voting on how Democrats have been running the country since 2021. And what have we seen?
Skyrocketing gas prices, inflation, chaos overseas, an open border, and worse.
The left can cry “Trump” all day long. It does not seem to be saving them.
- A new poll reveals very few voters were influenced by the J6 hearings.
- Only 32% said it made a difference in how they’ll vote in November.
- Democrats spent weeks airing their hearings on live television.
Source: Rasmussen Reports