The poll also follows others is showing American’s support a impeachment ‘inquiry’….But NOT a removal Trump from office….
I doubt this poll will be in the Real Clear Politics polling average…
That outfit NEVER uses polls that drop Trump’s approval below 40%…..
- The latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey found 47% opposing impeachment hearings and 44% approving. The difference is within the poll’s 3.5% margin of error.
- Just 37% approve of President Trump’s handling of his job, the lowest level of his presidency.
- The poll of 800 Americans nationwide was conducted last week.
Americans by a narrow margin oppose impeachment hearings to remove President Donald Trump from office, according to the latest CNBC All-America Economic Survey.
But the CNBC poll of 800 Americans nationwide conducted last week found a significant shift where fewer Americans are opposed to impeachment. It also found a large decline in the president’s overall and economic approval ratings.
The survey found 47% opposing impeachment hearings and 44% approving. The difference is within the poll’s 3.5% margin of error.
The results are much closer than when an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll asked the same question in December 2017, finding 41% approving of impeachment hearings and a majority 54% disapproving.
“The American people are not jumping towards impeachment,” said Micah Roberts, a partner in Public Opinion Strategies who serves as the Republican pollster for the CNBC survey. “They are cautiously moving away from opposing impeachment.”
Another Poll has Trump’s support holding…
A new Monmouth poll finds President Trump’s approval rating has remained steady in the wake of an official impeachment inquiry launched last week, 41% to 53%.
Support for impeachment has ticked up slightly, with 44% who want to see Trump impeached and 52% who do not.
Said pollster Patrick Murray: “I’ve been saying this for a long time. Fundamental opinion about Donald Trump has been baked in from the very start of his presidency. Almost nothing he’s done has come as a surprise to the American public, which is why we see such little change in his job rating. The question is whether those who want Trump out of office are willing to wait until 2020 and that’s where we see a small shift.”