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Poll: Americans in battleground districts would strongly oppose Trump firing special counsel Robert Mueller:Americans in 99 congressional battleground districts – primarily represented by Republicans – would disapprove by a two-to-one margin if President Trump fires Russia special counsel Robert Mueller.

Lawmakers from both parties are increasingly concerned that Trump, who has railed against the investigation into possible collusion between his associates and Russians who sought to influence the presidential election, will fire Mueller.

The new poll of 1,000 adults by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, provided to USA TODAY, found similar margins of disapproval for the possibility of Trump dismissing Mueller in 70 districts held by Republicans and 29 held by Democrats that may be competitive in the 2018 midterm elections.

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Poll: Americans in battleground districts would strongly oppose Trump firing special counsel Robert Mueller:Americans in 99 congressional battleground districts – primarily represented by Republicans – would disapprove by a two-to-one margin if President Trump fires Russia special counsel Robert Mueller.Lawmakers from both parties are increasingly concerned that Trump, who has railed against the investigation into possible collusion between his associates and Russians who sought to influence the presidential election, will fire Mueller.The new poll of 1,000 adults by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, provided to USA TODAY, found similar margins of disapproval for the possibility of Trump dismissing Mueller in 70 districts held by Republicans and 29 held by Democrats that may be competitive in the 2018 midterm elections.Poll: Americans in battleground districts would strongly oppose Trump firing special counsel Robert Mueller:Americans in 99 congressional battleground districts – primarily represented by Republicans – would disapprove by a two-to-one margin if President Trump fires Russia special counsel Robert Mueller.Lawmakers from both parties are increasingly concerned that Trump, who has railed against the investigation into possible collusion between his associates and Russians who sought to influence the presidential election, will fire Mueller.The new poll of 1,000 adults by Greenber