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PoliticsNBC/WSJ poll: Democratic support for impeaching Trump grows

16:30  16 june  2019
16:30  16 june  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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WASHINGTON — More Democratic voters believe Congress should begin impeachment hearings on President Donald Trump's conduct while in office, but the country at large remains divided on the matter, according to a new national NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

Overall, 27 percent of Americans say there's enough evidence to begin impeachment hearings now — up 10 points from last month.

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In NBC - WSJ polls , Trump ’s approval rating has been above 40 percent for the past nine monthly polls . The majority of Americans remain confident in The poll consisted of 900 adults, 720 registered voters, 247 Democratic primary voters and 210 Republican primary voters with an overall margin of

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Another 24 percent think Congress should continue investigating to see if there's enough evidence to hold impeachment hearings in the future, which is down eight points.

And 48 percent believe that Congress should not hold impeachment hearings and that Trump should finish out his term as president — unchanged from a month ago.

Almost all the growth in support for impeachment has come from Democrats, with 48 percent of them wanting impeachment hearings now, versus 30 percent who said this a month ago.

Just 6 percent of Republicans support beginning impeachment hearings now, while a whopping 86 percent say Trump should finish his term as president.

Among independents, 22 percent support impeachment hearings now; 34 percent want to continue investigating; and 44 percent oppose impeachment hearings.

Trump's job approval ticks up to 45 percent

Trump's job approval ticks up to 45 percent President Trump's approval rating ticked up to 45 percent, while his disapproval numbers slid to 55 percent, according to a new poll released Wednesday.The Hill-HarrisX survey, conducted June 7-8, found that support for Trump rose 1 percentage point from the previous poll on May 24.Both surveys had a 3-point margin of error.Across age groups, voters under the age of 35 in the newer poll were least likely to say they approved of the president, while those in the 50-64 age group were most likely to support him. Thirty-nine percent of respondents between the ages of 18 and 34 approved of Trump, compared to 48 percent of those between 50 and 64.

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PPP’s newest national poll finds a record level of support for impeaching Donald Trump . 49% of voters support impeaching him, to 41% who Trump ’s approval rating has declined by a net 7 points in the last month. In September we found him at a -11 spread with 42% of voters approving of him to

The NBC/WSJ poll comes after former special counsel Robert Mueller addressed the nation in late May (stating that if he had had confidence that the president did not commit a crime when it came to obstruction of justice "we would have said so"), as well as after the Trump administration has defied Democratic subpoenas for further testimony on the Russia investigation.

Trump has continued to maintain that he didn't commit obstruction of justice in Mueller's Russia probe.

Trump's approval rating: 44 percent

The NBC/WSJ survey also finds 44 percent of Americans approving of the president's job performance — down from 46 percent last month, although the change is well within the poll's margin of error.

Fifty-three percent of Americans say they disapprove of Trump's job.

NBC/WSJ poll: Democratic support for impeaching Trump grows© Provided by NBCU News Group, a division of NBCUniversal Media LLC

Trump's highest approval numbers come from Republicans (84 percent), those ages 50 to 64 (58 percent), men (53 percent) and whites (50 percent).

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The PRRI poll found support for impeachment was much stronger among Democrats (72 percent) than Republicans (7 percent). Back in February, 58 percent of Democrats and just 4 percent of Republicans supported impeaching Trump , according to PRRI. This means support for removing

When the choice is limited to the Democratic and Republican nominees, Clinton's lead grows to seven Her margins have fallen only slightly since the last NBC / WSJ poll in early August, after That indicates Trump has failed to substantially ease doubts about his suitability for the Oval Office, while

His lowest ratings come from independents (37 percent), women (36 percent), Latinos (32 percent), African Americans (17 percent) and Democrats (11 percent).

Looking ahead to the 2020 presidential election, a combined 37 percent of registered voters say they're enthusiastic or comfortable about voting for President Trump, while 52 percent say they're "very uncomfortable."

That's compared with 40 percent who are enthusiastic or comfortable about voting for Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden, the former vice president, plus 31 percent are "very uncomfortable."

For Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., 34 percent are enthusiastic or comfortable, while 33 percent are "very uncomfortable."

For Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., the numbers are 33 percent enthusiastic/comfortable and 41 percent very uncomfortable.

Warren rises with Democrats

Meanwhile, Warren's support among Democratic primary voters has grown in the last three months, according to the NBC/WSJ poll.

A combined 64 percent of them say they're enthusiastic/comfortable about her (up from 57 percent in March), while a combined 27 percent have reservations or are very uncomfortable (down from 33 percent).

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Biden's numbers among Democratic primary voters are 66 percent enthusiastic/comfortable (down from 73 percent in March), versus 32 percent with reservations or are very uncomfortable (up from 25 percent in March).

And Sanders' numbers are 56 percent enthusiastic/comfortable (down from 62 percent in March), versus 41 percent with reservations or are uncomfortable (up from 36 percent in March).

Attitudes on abortion remain consistent

Finally, opinions on the issue of abortion have remained fairly consistent in the last year.

A combined 56 percent of Americans say abortion should either be always legal or legal most of the time — essentially unchanged from March 2018.

That's compared with 41 percent who think it should be illegal with or without exceptions.

The NBC/WSJ poll was conducted June 8-11 of 1,000 adults - including more than half by cell phone - and it has a margin of error of plus-minus 3.1 percentage points.

The margin of error for the 825 registered voters in the poll is plus-minus 3.4 percentage points.

And the margin of error for the 311 Democratic primary voters is plus-minus 5.6 percentage points.

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