New poll may show less Democrats support impeaching Trump
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New poll may show less Democrats support impeaching Trump


With House Democrats having announced that they are pursuing two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) has emailed a survey from her legislative office asking her constituents to “share” their thoughts in the poll.

“Recent allegations against the President say that he asked the President of Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden’s son,” stated Wasserman Schultz “I believe such actions undermine our national security and should alarm every American. I fully support Congress moving forward with drafting articles of impeachment. No individual stands above the law, even the President.

Assuming that the email was sent to her Democratic following in the congressional district, the survey is very telling in that as of this morning, 46 percent of those who took the poll did not support the impeaching inquiry into President Trump, while 54 percent did.

Again, we are assuming the majority of those listed in Rep. Wasserman Schultz’s email database are Democrats that took the very unscientific survey.

We reached out to Rep. Wasserman Schultz’s office for clarification on whether all those emailed were predominantly Democrats, but have not heard back yet.

The most recent Quinnipiac Poll shows that Americans do not support impeaching Trump by a 6 percentage point margin, 51-45%.


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