52% of Americans polled believe he lied, vs. 40% who believe he did not. 51% of Americans polled believe he should resign, vs. 42% who believe he shouldn’t.
To most of the country, it looks like our recently-confirmed attorney general intentionally lied about communications with Russia. And at the rate Trump team members are being outed for these clandestine meetings, one can only assume that they are working like hell to cover up something rather terrible. Sessions admitted at least some level of guilt when he recused himself from any investigations related to Russian interference in the United States elections in 2016.
Attorny General Sessions Statement on Recusal of Trump-Campaign Investigations pic.twitter.com/r2JpEcoDrn
— AG Jeff Sessions (@USAGSessions) March 2, 2017
In related questions, a whopping 61% of Americans polled are “somewhat” or “very concerned” about President Trump’s relationship with Russia.
According to Quinnipiac University, the poll was conducted, “from March 2 – 6, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,323 voters nationwide with a margin of error of +/- 2.7 percentage points. Live interviewers call landlines and cell phones.”
You can read the poll in its entirety by clicking on this image: