by Countable | 6.10.19
What’s the story?
- Nearly three-quarters of registered voters say they believe former White House officials should be required to testify before Congress.
- The new Hill-HarrisX poll comes as President Donald Trump and his administration instruct former officials – including former communications director Hope Hicks and former administration attorney Annie Donaldson – to refuse to comply with congressional document requests and subpoenas for testimony.
What are the numbers?
- 74% said they believe former senior White House officials should be required to testify before Congress when they are subpoenaed. (Including 87% of Democrats, 73% of Independents, and 61% of Republicans)
- 26% of respondents said they believe that former officials should not have to testify.
What do you think?
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