54 percent of independent voters believe Trump is getting a fair trial in the "hush money" case.

The results of the survey conducted by CBS News and YouGov research companies in the US with approximately 1000 voters regarding Trump's trial process were shared with the public.

While 54 percent of independent voters and 96 percent of Democrats who participated in the survey think that former US President Trump, who was found guilty on May 31 in the "hush money" case, was tried fairly in the case in question, 86 percent of Republicans stated that the court process did not proceed fairly.

Meanwhile, 57 percent of those surveyed said Trump's conviction was the right decision, while 43 percent said the jury made the wrong decision.

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According to the poll, those who disagreed with the jury's verdict argued that the charges against Trump were "political", that there was "insufficient evidence to convict him" and that the jury was "biased" against Trump.

The poll also asked whether Trump was fit to be president after being found guilty, and 51 percent of respondents said he was not.

Editor: David Goodman