While about a quarter of respondents said they felt neutral (24%) about Kushner or didn’t know his name and weren’t sure (28%), about a third of respondents (31%) said they had a negative view of him.
Kushner’s negative rating was exceeded only by Trump’s, which hit 50% along with 38% of respondents approving of him. Kushner traveled to the Middle East this week to encourage peace talks between Israeli and Palestinian leaders.
When it comes to lawmen, 29% had a positive view and another 29% had a negative view of Comey and 24% had a positive view of Mueller, while 11% disliked him.
The poll, which surveyed 900 adults between June 17 and June 20, had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.27 percentage points.
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