A new poll has found that nearly half of Americans believe President Donald Trump did something illegal during his time in office.
The poll, conducted by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal, surveyed 1,000 adults between April 21 and April 25. It found that 49 percent of respondents believe the president did something illegal, while 42 percent believe he did nothing illegal.
The poll also showed that a majority of Americans, 56 percent, think Trump should be held accountable for his actions while in office. Twenty-nine percent said he should not be held accountable, and 15 percent said they did not know.
The poll comes as the Department of Justice is conducting an investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice during the Russia investigation, as well as whether he has violated the law in any other matters.
The survey also asked respondents about the possible impeachment of Trump. Fifty-four percent said they supported Congress impeaching Trump, while 41 percent said they opposed such a move.
The poll also found that a majority of Americans, 57 percent, said they think the country is heading in the wrong direction, while 38 percent said they think the country is heading in the right direction.
The poll also showed that Trump's approval rating remained relatively unchanged from last month, with 41 percent approving of his job performance and 54 percent disapproving.
The poll is a snapshot of how Americans view the president and his actions while in office. It shows that a majority of Americans believe Trump should be held accountable for his actions, and that a majority also support the potential impeachment of him. The poll also indicates that Americans are largely dissatisfied with the current state of the nation.