Nearly two-thirds of voters believe Kavanaugh should be confirmed if the FBI finds no corroboration of the charges

With the country split, a new poll from Harvard CAPS/Harris finds that 60 percent of Americans believe that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh should be confirmed if the FBI finds no corroboration of the charges.

Also, 66% of Americans support Arizona Republican Senator Jeff Flake’s decision to insist upon a brief and limited FBI investigation before the final vote. That includes 80% of Democrats, 69% of Independents, but only 45% of Republicans.

Flake told CBS’ 60 Minutes that there’s no value in reaching across the aisle anymore and that politics has become very tribal. Flake also said that for these reasons, he would not have been able to reach across the aisle had he been running for re-election.

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