Proof that Impeachment Gamble by Democrat/Socialists has backfired!
Sweet fancy Moses. Adam Schiff’s bug eyes are going to be even buggier when he sees this. New from Marquette Law’s poll of its home state:
In the new poll, 40 percent of registered voters think that Trump should be impeached and removed from office, while 53 percent do not think so and 6 percent say that they do not know.
In October, before public hearings began, 44 percent favored impeachment and removal from office, while 51 percent were opposed, and 4 percent said they didn’t know.
From net -7 on impeachment to net -13 in just a few weeks, coincidentally as the public phase of the process has begun playing out. Hoo boy. It’s not as if Trump is very popular in Wisconsin either: He’s at 47/51 in job approval, up just a single point from last month. The public appears to be darkening on impeachment, not brightening on him.
It’s not due to a single demographic either. Marquette found that both Republicans and Democrats have cooled a bit on impeachment fever. Republicans were already near rock bottom in support for removing Trump from office, of course, but Democrats went from 88/8 in favor in October to 81/11 now. Democratic leaners changed from 78/16 to 73/20.
Independents are the only group that’s grown warmer towards removing Trump from office, from 33/55 last month to 36/47. If the public hearings were having a predictable partisan effect, in which each side digs in on their previously arrived at views, we shouldn’t see the Democratic numbers moving in the direction that they are. Dem numbers should be inching up on removal, not down. Some Democrats must simply be underwhelmed by the evidence.
What does all this mean for the presidential race in the bellwether state of Wisconsin? Big things. The new (poll) numbers are on top, last month’s (poll) numbers are on the bottom:
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