The Jan. 6 riot hearings are delivering some startling testimony. Are they changing minds? | CBC News
Jun 29, 2022 1 min, 24 secs

The first night of the hearings, the panel laid out the beginnings of its case against Trump — that his lies about the 2020 election and his pressure on Vice-President Mike Pence to overturn it directly led to the violence on Jan.

The committee has heard from a number of Trump's former top aides, and Republican after Republican, who have said they told Trump they didn't believe his claims of election fraud.

The hearings also heard about a plan by conservative lawyer John Eastman, which he presented to Trump and which aimed to reverse Joe Biden's election victory. .

As well, the hearings heard that Trump hounded the U.S.

But an ABC News/Ipsos poll found that only 34 per cent of Americans are following the hearings somewhat or very closely, with only nine per cent following it very closely. .

The poll also revealed that, of those following closely, 43 per cent are Democrats and 22 per cent are Republicans.

6 committee is not really having an impact among Republicans," said Chris Jackson, a researcher for Ipsos. .

A Quinnipiac University poll found that a majority of Americans say they are following news about the committee very closely (26 per cent) or somewhat closely (32 per cent).

About 41 per cent said not so closely (17 per cent) or not closely at all (24 per cent).

Galston says taking into account these and other polls, he concludes that most people watching the hearings are Democrats and that relatively few Independents and Republicans are following.

But while Republicans may not be watching the hearings, they are hearing about them, he says.

Yet he says the hearings may only be having a small impact on those beliefs. 

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