A majority of Americans say Trump’s Ukraine call was wrong, and he should be impeached and removed from office, while 70% of Americans agree it was wrong, new poll shows :
25% of Americans still think Trump did nothing wrong——these are clearly the voters Trump said he wouldn't lose even if he stood in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shot someone.
As the House’s formal impeachment inquiry begins its second week, the question is whether it’s actually swaying anyone: Only 21% of Americans say they’re following the public hearings “very closely” (67% of whom think Trump was wrong, and should be impeached and removed from office), while 37% are following them “somewhat closely.” 21% of those polled reached a personal verdict on impeachment after week one, with 60% of those folks deciding Trump ought to be impeached and booted out of the Oval. And party affiliation, of course, comes into play in a big way: 85% of Democrats think Trump needs to go, while 65% of Republicans think (or at least
they think) he did nothing wrong. 41% of Dems say they’d already decided on impeachment before Trump’s Ukraine call, as did 41% of all those in favor of Trump’s impeachment and removal.Read more: Paste Magazine
Majority of Americans support ousting Trump from office, new poll showsThe poll also found that 70 percent believe that the president was wrong to pressure Ukraine to launch a probe into his political rivals.
One third of Americans wanted Trump impeached even before Ukraine phone call story brokeABC News /Ipos poll also shows 70 percent believe that Trump's actions were wrong compared to 25 percent who don't.
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Trump goes local to wipe the stain of impeachmentThe White House and its allies have embarked on a coast-to-coast campaign to persuade Americans that Democrats are wasting time impeaching Trump.