The numbers just keep getting worse for Donald Trump, and late Wednesday, his favorite propaganda arm released some disquieting polling for him. A majority of registered voters, 51%, support both the impeachment and the removal of Trump from office. That's up 9 points from Fox's July poll. Yowzer. Another 4% say he should be impeached, but they don't support removal (though it's worth noting that this cohort is likely persuadable on removal). And only 40% say he should not be impeached at all,...
"Whoever their Pollster is, they suck," the president tweeted.
But Americans are divided on whether President Trump's actions deserve impeachment, while Republicans back him
New Fox News Poll: Majority of Americans Want Trump Impeached, Removed From Office
President Donald Trump on Thursday raged against Fox News after its latest poll shows that a majority of Americans now back impeaching him. “From the day I announced I was running for President, I have NEVER had a good Fox News poll,” the president wrote on Twitter. “Whoever their Pollster is, they suck.” The president [
The bad news for Donald Trump keeps rolling in, poll after poll. A new Washington Post/Schar School poll finds 58% support for an impeachment inquiry, with just 38% of people opposed. The poll was conducted October 1-6, so Trump’s “the best defense is a good offense” strategy should have had time to kick in.
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The Fox News poll found that 51 percent of voters want President Trump impeached and removed from office, compared with 42 percent in July.
A majority of Americans — 51 percent — want President Donald Trump to be impeached and removed from office, according to a Fox News poll announced Wednesday night. Fox News anchor Bret Baier — ostensibly one of the network’s straight (i.e., non-opinion) hosts — announced the news, with little hint in his voice of how [
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