Break it down further, because there’s some interesting results here.
Only 28% are “extremely” interested in the possible impeachment of trump, 25% are “very interested,” 36% are ‘somewhat interested,” and 11% are “not interested at all.
50% say impeached and removed, and 46% say not impeached and removed, 5% don’t know.
82% of the people who answered “no” to impeachment and removal, say “should not be impeached.”
53% say President Trump has abused his office, with 38% saying he has not.
50% say he has obstructed justice with 37% saying he has not.
48% say he has obstructed congress with 34% saying he has not and 18% saying they don’t know.
45% say he has committed bribery with 37% saying he has not and 17% saying they don’t know.
Interestingly, only 24% of respondents say it is appropriate for a president to ask for foreign help in an election with 60% saying it is not, and 16% saying they don’t know.
22% said this is something they believe presidents “Typically do” while 58% said it is not and 20% said they don’t know.
Only 49% say they think congressional democrats themselves think trump committed an impeachable offense, while 43% say democrats just want to hurt him politically.
Only 45% say they think democrats are running the impeachment inquiry fairly, 42% say they are not, and 13% don’t know.
Interestingly, they include figures on Clinton from 1998 in this last questio.
38% said they would be more likely to vote for their congressional representative if they vote to impeach trump.
36% said they’re less likely.
10% said no difference 15% said “I don’t know.”
In 1998 only 24% of respondents said they were more likely to vote for their representative if they impeached clinton, 20% said they would not, and 45% said it didn’t matter.
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