Only one-third of people think Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’ book is credible: Poll

According to Politico’s Morning Consult Poll released Wednesday, only one-third of the American public believe Michael Wolff’s book Fire and Fury is believable.

From the Washington Examiner:

The Jan. 4-5 survey found that just 19 percent of voters say Wolff’s stories can be believed, while 13 percent say the contents of the book are very credible.

Another 13 percent say the information is not very credible and 12 percent deemed it not at all sound, bringing the total of doubters to one-quarter of voters.

Another 20 percent say they have not heard of the book and 22 percent do not have an opinion on it.

Forty-six percent say the book should have been allowed to be published versus 21 percent who do not support it being released after President Trump’s lawyers tried to halt the book’s publishing.


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