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Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 investigation lost even more support among Americans, with Trump being held less responsible for the events in question following the tear-filled testimonies of Capitol Police officers attacked on January 6 during this week’s emotive hearing, according to a poll from Morning Consult. Support for the House probe has been steadily declining among voters affiliated with all political parties. In June, the poll registered 66 percent support for the Jan. 6 investigation. Last week support fell to 58 percent. After the Capitol Police testimony of this past week, support amongst American voters fell to 53 percent. Forty-nine percent of those polled said that they had watched some or all of the committee hearing on Tuesday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) appointed every member of the investigation committee, including anti-Trump Republican Reps. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois and Liz Cheney of Wyoming. Pelosi’s efforts to blame Donald Trump for the January 6 events at the US Capitol are not taking effect, however, according to the poll. While 61 percent of voters held Trump responsible for January 6 in June, only 56 percent now say the same.

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