Americans have radically different views on who was responsible for the Jan.6 riot on the U.S. Capitol based on their political alignment, a poll released Friday showed.
Democrats overwhelmingly blame former President Trump, conservative media platforms and white supremacists for taking the Capitol.
Republicans, not so much, according to the Public Religion Research Institute survey.
About three in ten Republicans, or 30% of GOP respondents, said they hold white supremacist groups accountable, compared with 83% of Democrats who blame these groups.
Only 15% of Republicans blame Mr. Trump for the riot, compared to 89% of Democrats.
The same poll found that 30% of Republicans hold conservative media platforms that spread conspiracy theories and election misinformation accountable, compared to 78% of Democrats who think the same.
Respondents also differed on the level of blame placed on Republican leaders and liberal or left-wing activists. On the latter, 53% of Republicans blamed left-wing activists, against 27% of Democrats.
The January 6 riot remains a controversial event for both sides as the House continues a bipartisan investigation into the riot.
A rally in support of fair treatment for defendants facing riot-related charges will take place on Capitol Hill on Saturday, although no sitting officials are expected.
More than 600 people have been charged in connection with the riot, most of whom have been released pending trial.
The survey interviewed 5,415 adults living in all 50 states between August 9 and August 30. He had a margin of error of plus or minus 1.86 percentage points.