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Pew Research Center: 15% Of Russians Think Putin Tried To Influence US Election

Via Zerohedge


Amid allegations that the Russian government disrupted the 2016 U.S. presidential election through tactics such as spreading disinformation on social media, a new poll has found that most Russians believe their government was not responsible.

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The Pew Research Center found that 71 percent of Russians think their government did not try to influence the election with only 15 percent saying there was an attempt at interference.

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franz kafka
franz kafka
September 5, 2018

Even Bangladesh has no interest in the US elections. They know the corruption is armor-plated. Between gerrymandering, the control of Diebold by various US mafias and the utter disfunctionality of the DNC and the Republicans, how could anyone know what to rig, let alone succeed in rigging it? When you see the enemy defeating himself, let him finish the job. But I am gratified to see the Russians confirm my high estimation of their IQ advantage over the Americuns. In the USA the figures for sane people would be reversed. 15% of Americuns believe that Russian had no role in… Read more »

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