Majority Against Trump Being Removed From Office

A majority of people surveyed in a recent poll do not want to see President Trump removed from office by the Senate if he is impeached by the House.

According to The Daily Caller:

A majority of those surveyed in a USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll are not seeking a Senate conviction in the impeachment process of President Donald Trump.

51% of respondents oppose the Senate vote that would nix Trump from the Oval Office, while 45% would like to see him gone. These numbers are an improvement for Trump, as the same survey showed a 47%-46% split in October, USA TODAY reported Monday.

Independents oppose Senate impeachment action by a margin of 51%-41%, while 89% of Republicans disapprove of the Senate vote and 81% of Democrats support it. The gap is also well exhibited across gender lines.

Men oppose convicting Trump by a 62%-33% margin, while woman support Senate action to convict the president by a margin of 57%-40%. Younger voters — specifically those under 35 — overwhelmingly support convicting Trump, 56%-39%. Older voters take the opposite route.

Impeachment also ranks 11th on the list of 12 of the most important issues facing voters. This could hurt Democrats in 2020.

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