Shocking: Majority Of Voters Think He Is Guilty!

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( – The Suffolk University/USA Today survey has found that the majority of registered voters believe that former President Donald Trump is going to be convicted in the New York criminal case for falsifying business records according to a recently released poll. 

The survey was conducted from April 30 to May 3 and was released on Tuesday. According to its findings, 65.1 percent of registered voters have stated that they expect the jury to find the former President guilty on either all or some of the counts. Specifically, 14.8 percent believe that Trump will be convicted on all counts, while 50.3 percent believe that he will be convicted on some counts. 

Another 23.1 percent of registered voters have claimed that they do not think the jury will convict Trump on any of the counts, while 1.5 percent refused to provide an answer. Finally, 10.3 percent have claimed to be undecided on this issue. 

Trump is facing a total of 34 criminal counts of falsifying business records in connection to the reimbursement of his former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen. Cohen had allegedly made a hush money payment of $130,000 to adult film star Stormy Daniels in exchange for her remaining quiet about her alleged affair with Trump ahead of the 2016 presidential election. 

Trump is currently facing four criminal cases, which means that the case in New York is only his first criminal trial. 

The survey did not give the respondents any information relating to the trial, and only halfway through asking questions did it note that we were halfway through the New York trial and asked what their best guess on the verdict of the jury would be. There were five options that the respondents had been given as options. 

The poll showed that there is also a big link between the predictions of each respondent and the party affiliation. According to the results among Democrats and “lean” Democrats, 85.7 percent believe that Trump will be found guilty either on some (63.2 percent) or all (22.5 percent) counts. Only 7.8 percent believe that Trump will not be found guilty on any counts. On the other hand, Republicans and “lean” Republicans believe that Trump will be found not guilty (40.7  percent), guilty on only some counts (37.2 percent), or guilty on all counts (22.5 percent.) 

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