Breitbart reports a new poll shows only 29 percent of respondents agreed that Russia is responsible for the hacking and cyber-attacks that impacted the U.S. elections.
A new Politico/Morning Consult poll marks the crashing and burning of another media narrative, as a mere 29 percent of respondents agreed with the statement, “We know with near certainty that Russia is responsible for the hacking and cyber-attacks that impacted the U.S. elections. Numerous U.S. intelligence agencies have used advanced techniques to determine Russia is responsible for these attacks and we are only playing into an unfriendly country’s hand when we deny this.”
The poll further notes that responses broke down “largely along party lines,” so most of the modest belief that Russian hacking tipped the elections comes from Democrats, who have been tumbling from one spectacular temper tantrum to another since their stunning loss on Election Day.
Even at that, the poll found most respondents favored only mild responses even if Russian hackers did influence the election to some degree: “45% said we should impose diplomatic sanctions, 40% said economic sanctions, 20% said use retaliatory cyberattacks and 8% said military action.” That doesn’t sound like a particularly enraged electorate.
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