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53% of U.S. adults say Trump should not be impeached
July 8, 2019

From Gallup:

Gallup's preceding poll, conducted June 3-16, put Trump's job approval rating at 43%. In the same survey, the slight majority of Americans were opposed to Trump's being impeached and removed from office over the findings of the Mueller investigation  something an increasing chorus of Democratic Party leaders have called for.

When asked for their opinion "based on what you know about Robert Mueller's investigation into Donald Trump's activities," 45% of U.S. adults said Trump should be impeached and removed from office over the matter, while 53% said he should not be.

Republicans show similar attitudes on the two dimensions, while there is more separation for Democrats and independents.

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