Congress Approval, Support for Impeaching Trump Both Up
Approval of Congress is now at 25%, up from 18% in September. Meanwhile, 52% of Americans now support impeaching Trump and removing him from office.
Gallup has 52% of Americans supporting Trump's impeachment/removal from office. For Clinton, that never got higher than 35% before the GOP-led House voted to impeach him. For Nixon, it got to 58% by Aug 1974
new Gallup Poll on Trump: approve his job performance? 39% yes, 57% no want Congress to impeach/remove Trump from office? 52% yes, 46% no
“Currently, 52% say Trump should be impeached and removed from office, while 46% say he should not be. This is roughly the opposite of what Gallup found in June when asked in the context of special counselor Robert Mueller's investigation.”
GALLUP “Based on what you know at this point, do you think that Donald Trump should or should not be impeached and removed from office?” JUNE 2019 45% say yes 53% say no OCTOBER 2019 52% say yes 45% say no
First Gallup poll of impeachment this fall is out: Americans now say 52% to 46% that Trump should be impeached and removed, up from 45%/53% in June.
GALLUP: “52% say Trump should be impeached & removed from office, while 46% say he should not be. This is roughly the opposite of what Gallup found in June”
"The level of support for Trump being impeached and removed is...higher than it was for Nixon in all but the final poll before he resigned."
Support for impeachment now at 52% including a majority of independents. Support for impeaching Clinton never exceeded 35%.
52 percent favor impeachment and removal
, a majority of Americans — 52% — now support President Trump's impeachment and removal from office. That makes the 3rd national poll in two weeks (the others were Fox and
) to reach a similar result.