Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Almost Half of U.S. Voters Not Sure Russia's Behind Election-Related Hacks

Makes sense.

No one's seen any actual evidence of Russian hacking.

See Morning Consult (at Memeorandum):
Almost half of Americans do not agree with the U.S. intelligence community’s assessment that the Russian government was behind cyberattacks on the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016, according to a new Morning Consult/POLITICO survey.

When asked to pick the statement that most aligned with their views, 46 percent of respondents chose one that said the U.S. can’t be sure who is primarily responsible for the hacking because tracing cyberattacks is complicated and because intelligence groups were wrong about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. In contrast, 29 percent chose the statement that said there was “near certainty” that Russia is responsible for hacking and that intelligence agencies had used advanced techniques to determine that the former Cold War adversary is responsible. A quarter said they didn’t know or had no opinion...
Well, the public's perfectly reasonable about thing. Leftists not so much.

Still more.