If Donald Trump thinks he can now put the Mueller report behind him, he should think again. A new poll, conducted after Attorney General William Barr’s four-page Mueller summary arrived Sunday, shows nearly 60 percent of Americans surveyed want to see the full report—and almost 50 percent still think Trump worked with Russia to interfere in the 2016 election. According to Barr’s summary, Mueller found no evidence the Trump campaign conspired with Russia, but did not exonerate Trump on the question of obstructing the investigation. When asked about accusations of collusion, 48 percent of poll respondents said they believed “Trump or someone from his campaign worked with Russia to influence the 2016 election.” That’s down 6 percentage points from last week. Of those familiar with Barr’s summary, just 9 percent said it changed their thinking about Trump’s ties to Russia and 57 percent said they want to see the entire report before deciding. The president’s approval rating hit its highest this year, with 43 percent of respondents saying they approved of his performance.