By Jon Dougherty

When Washington spends our money, rarely do we get a great return on our investment, and that seems to be how most Americans view former special counsel Robert Mueller’s months-long probe of “Russian collusion.”

According to a new survey by Rasmussen Reports, 55 percent of likely voters surveyed said the $25 million spent on the probe was a lousy return on taxpayers’ investment, which was more than double the number who said it was money well-spent.

Also, while half of likely voters said they were satisfied with Mueller’s findings, only 36 percent said they were not — meaning a plurality of Americans still believe that POTUS Donald Trump ‘colluded’ with Mother Russia to “steal the election” from Hillary Clinton.

Interestingly, just over half of those surveyed — 53 percent — found Mueller’s effort to be ‘honest,’ while 36 percent called it a “partisan witch hunt.” Eleven percent had no opinion.

“Voters generally approve of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report exonerating President Trump, although Republicans are more critical than ever of his probe and Democrats aren’t as happy about Mueller as they used to be,” Rasmussen reported.

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