Trump's approval dips among independent voters amid impeachment
President Trump’s approval rating dipped among independent voters as Democrats move forward on impeachment, according to the latest Hill-HarrisX poll released Tuesday. © Greg Nash Trump's approval dips among independent voters amid impeachment The survey shows 39 percent of independent voters approve of Trump's job performance, while 56 percent said they disapprove.© Provided by The Hill The new approval rating among independent voters is down from 44 percent in early November.Trump's job approval rating also saw a dip among Republican voters, dropping 3 points to 85 percent compared to the previous poll.
At the same time, approval of President Trump ’s job performance has climbed three points. The poll , conducted Sunday through Wednesday, also finds 50 percent want Trump impeached and removed from office, 4 percent say impeached but not removed, and 41 percent oppose impeaching
Approval of Trump ’s job performance is down a couple of points to 43 percent, while 55 percent disapprove. Washington leaders remain unpopular. Negative views outnumber positive views for the impeachment players. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s personal favorability rating is under water by 6
Weeks of congressional hearings and debate have failed to move the electorate on impeachment, according to the latest Fox News Poll. At the same time, approval of President Trump’s job performance has climbed three points.
Currently, 45 percent of voters approve of the job Trump’s doing, up from 42 percent in late October. Over half, 53 percent, disapprove. That lands the president almost exactly where he started the year, as 43 percent approved and 54 percent disapproved in January.
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The poll also found that Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders are leading the Democratic primary election. They collectively receive about half the support of Democratic voters and left-leaning independents.Biden is leading the crowded field of candidates with 24%, followed by Sanders at 22%. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has 17%; Pete Buttigieg 13%; Andrew Yang 5%; and Mike Bloomberg, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Sen. Cory Booker are at 4%.Julian Castro, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and Sen. Michael Bennet all have 1%, the poll shows.
Despite the rosy economic views , Trump ’s overall job approval remains below 50 percent: 46 percent approve , while 51 percent disapprove. Voters have mixed views on the job ICE is doing: 45 percent approve , while 49 percent disapprove. The party divide is stark: 80 percent of Republicans approve
No change in job approval - Monmouth University: “President Donald Trump ’s approval rating has remained steady in the wake of an official impeachment inquiry launched last week, although support for impeachment has ticked up slightly. In a two year Monmouth University Poll trend on
The poll, conducted Sunday through Wednesday, also finds 50 percent want Trump impeached and removed from office, 4 percent say impeached but not removed, and 41 percent oppose impeaching him altogether.
In late October, 49 percent favored impeachment and removal, 4 percent said impeach/don’t remove, and 41 percent opposed impeachment.
That’s fairly remarkable considering all that happened between those two polls.
On Tuesday, House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, and on Friday, the House Judiciary Committee adopted the articles after two days of impassioned debate. Before that, the House Intelligence Committee held five days of public hearings on impeachment, and the judiciary committee essentially hosted extended legal arguments presenting evidence from both sides.
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Brian Kilmeade was shocked to see that the poll found that so much of the country favored impeachment, but also reported a slight increase in the president's approval rating.
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The Fox News poll found that 51% of voters want President Trump impeached and removed from office, compared with 42% in July. President Donald Trump blasted the conservative cable network Fox News on Thursday after it reported that its new poll on impeachment found a majority of
Most Democrats (85 percent) favor impeaching/removing Trump from office, while most Republicans (84 percent) are opposed. A new high of 45 percent of independents favor impeachment, up from 38 in late October.
Overall, 53 percent of voters believe Trump abused the power of his office, 48 percent think he obstructed Congress, and 45 percent say he committed bribery.
In addition, 47 percent believe Trump held up military aid to pressure the Ukrainian president to investigate his political rivals.
By a 60-24 percent margin, voters say it is generally wrong for Trump to ask leaders of foreign countries to investigate political rivals.
And the “everybody-does-it” defense falls flat: only about one in five, 22 percent, think presidents typically ask leaders of foreign countries to investigate domestic political rivals. Among Republicans, 33 percent think that is common behavior.
The Big Untold Story of Impeachment? It’s Incredibly Popular.
The overlooked story of the past three months is that support for removing the president has remained strong.Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft.
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Donald Trump 's approval rating is holding steady as the House presses forward with an impeachment probe that could imperil his presidency. Though Trump remains overwhelmingly popular within his own party, some Republicans have a critical view of the president's honesty, his
While over half of voters, 52 percent, say the Trump administration hasn’t cooperated enough with the impeachment inquiry, views are mixed over whether congressional Democrats are running the inquiry fairly (45 percent yes vs. 42 percent no).
However, more consider the actions of congressional Republicans politically motivated than say the same of Democratic lawmakers.
By a 16-point margin, voters are more likely to say Republican lawmakers just want to protect Trump politically than think Republicans truly believe what he did is not impeachable.
By a 6-point spread, more believe congressional Democrats really think Trump committed an impeachable offense than that Democrats just want to hurt him politically.
While the impeachment vote is considered historic for lawmakers, it looks like a wash at the ballot box. Roughly equal numbers say they would be more likely (38 percent) to vote for their current House member if he or she votes to impeach Trump as would be less likely (36 percent).
Some 23 percent of voters approve of the job Congress is doing. That’s up from 21 percent in October and is the best rating for lawmakers since October 2018. Sixty-two percent disapprove.
Sen. Chris Murphy accuses Mitch McConnell of trying to ‘rig’ Senate impeachment trial in Trump’s favor
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy ripped Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Monday, saying that it is shocking that McConnell intends to be coordinating the upcoming impeachment trial with President Donald Trump’s lawyers. “I think it’s stunning that Mitch McConnell is openly advertising he’s coordinating with the White House to rig the trial in Trump’s favor,” Murphy told reporters at the state Capitol complex. “If Mitch McConnell doesn’t believe what the president did is impeachable, that’s up to him.
Donald Trump ’s job approval ticked higher since late October, to 45% from 42%, while hal. f of those surveyed think the president should be impeached and removed from office, according to a Fox News poll . By a 60% to 24% margin, voters say it’s generally wrong for Trump to ask leaders of
Approval of the job Trump is doing on the economy stands at 52 percent, just one point That’s just one-point off his high of 53 percent last summer, and up from 48-46 percent in May. Despite the rosy economic views , Trump ’s overall job approval remains below 50 percent: 46 percent approve , while
Voters narrowly say House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is better at Washington gamesmanship than Trump (41-37 percent). Women are more likely to say Pelosi is better by 10 points, while men pick Trump by 3 points.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday about the origins of the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign.
Fifty-three percent of voters believe it is at least somewhat likely the FBI broke the law when investigating the campaign: 22 percent say “extremely” likely, 14 percent “very” likely, and 17 percent “somewhat” likely.
Republicans (71 percent) are nearly twice as likely as Democrats (38 percent) to think there is a chance the FBI broke the law.
Conducted December 8-11, 2019, under the joint direction of Beacon Research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox News Poll includes interviews with 1,000 randomly chosen registered voters nationwide who spoke with live interviewers on both landlines and cellphones. The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 percentage points for all registered voters.
Support to oust Trump weakens sharply, Microsoft News Poll finds .
Support for removing President Trump from office has fallen to its lowest point since the Ukraine scandal first broke.In our latest daily tracking poll, in response to the question "If the House of Representatives votes to impeach President Trump, would you support or oppose the Senate voting to remove him from office?" only 1 percentage point separates likely voters who support removing Trump (48 percent) and oppose removing him (47 percent). Taking into account the margin of error of plus-or-minus 3 percentage points, it's clear that likely voters are evenly split on the issue.