Americans are bored with tales about the “Russian trace” and “the hand of the Kremlin”

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According to the results of recent polls, the topic of “Russian interference” in the American elections has ceased to interest the residents of the United States.

Such data leads the American edition of The Hill, citing analyst David Byler.

The publication notes that the average American is much more concerned with migration, food prices, basic necessities, and health care services.

“Russian intervention” in the 2016 presidential election is not even among the top ten priority issues.

“If you look at regularly published polls, if you look at the results of the mid-term elections of 2018 and the data of polls conducted in their wake, you will see that people are really interested in economics and health care – those topics that pop up during each electoral cycle”, – Byler explained.

“Russia, perhaps, is quite low on this list,” the expert notes.

According to a survey by the American Institute of Public Opinion Gallup, only 15% of Americans consider the problems on an economic basis to be the most important, while 83% of voters are more concerned about issues such as immigration and health care.

As for Russia, only 0.5% of respondents consider the “Russian threat” to be the most serious of those that the United States is currently facing.

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