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Politics Support for Trump's impeachment unchanged after hearings begin: Reuters/Ipsos poll

01:30  16 november  2019
01:30  16 november  2019 Source:   reuters.com

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The televised impeachment hearings that began this week in the U.S. House of A similar poll that ran earlier in the week found 45% supported impeachment and 42% opposed it. Support for Trump ' s impeachment unchanged after hearings begin : Reuters / Ipsos poll .

NEW YORK ( Reuters ) - The number of Americans who said President Donald Trump should be impeached rose 5 The latest poll showed stronger support for impeachment among Democrats and independents. Trump ’ s popularity was unchanged from a similar poll that ran last week - 39

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The televised impeachment hearings that began this week in the U.S. House of Representatives do not appear to have changed many minds about President Donald Trump, with public support for his impeachment about the same before and after the first U.S. diplomats testified, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.

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The national online poll, which ran from Thursday to Friday morning, showed that 44% of U.S. adults said Trump “should be impeached,” while 40% said he “should not be impeached.” A similar poll that ran earlier in the week found 45% supported impeachment and 42% opposed it.

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Support for impeaching U. S . President Donald Trump surged among political independents and rose by three percentage points overall since last A little more than 1 in 3 independents had said they were in favor of impeachment in more than a dozen previous Reuters / Ipsos polls since June 2018.

Support for U.S. President Donald Trump increased slightly among Republicans after he lashed Trump ' s overall approval remained unchanged over the past week. According to the poll , 41% of "He’s taking on groups that they oppose." The Reuters / Ipsos poll was conducted online in English

The Reuters/Ipsos poll also found that about 68% of Americans said they were following the hearings. That includes 28% who said they were watching or listening to the hearings on live broadcasts. About 25% said they had not paid any attention to the impeachment proceedings in Congress.

Among those paying attention, 41% said the hearings had made them “more supportive” of impeaching Trump, while 25% said they had made them “less supportive.” That finding, combined with the overall lack of movement in public opinion regarding impeachment, suggests the hearings so far have mostly provided people with a rationale for their earlier support or opposition to impeachment.

(Reporting by Chris Kahn; Editing by Tom Brown)

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President Trump’s reelection campaign announced that on Wednesday it raised over $3.1 million in donations – the same day as the first public hearing of the House’s impeachment inquiry into Trump. © Provided by Fox News Network LLC“$3,144,257 RAISED YESTERDAY!” Brad Parscale, Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, tweeted Thursday. “’[Trump] loves these huge numbers. He knows that it isn’t enough to end this IMPEACHMENT SCAM.” Even before the public hearings began, Trump fundraisers reported seeing a surge in donations in response to impeachment talk.

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