POLL DU JOUR

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

56 per­cent of Amer­i­cans have “a great deal of con­fi­dence” in the U.S. mil­i­tary; 37 per­cent have “some” con­fi­dence, 7 per­cent have “hardly any con­fi­dence.”

36 per­cent have a great deal of con­fi­dence their votes will be counted accurately in 2016; 37 per­cent have some con­fi­dence, 26 per­cent have hardly any con­fi­dence.

24 per­cent have a great deal of con­fi­dence in the Supreme Court; 58 per­cent have some con­fi­dence, 17 per­cent have hardly any con­fi­dence.

15 per­cent have a great deal of con­fi­dence in the ex­ec­u­tive branch of the fed­eral gov­ern­ment; 50 per­cent have some con­fi­dence, 33 per­cent have hardly any con­fi­dence.

4 per­cent have a great deal of con­fi­dence in Con­gress; 48 per­cent have some con­fi­dence, 46 per­cent have hardly any con­fi­dence.

Source: An As­so­ci­ated Press/NORC poll of 1,060 U.S. adults con­ducted May 12-15 and re­leased Sunday.

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