Skip to comments.Majority in poll want Trump impeached or censured
Posted on 12/28/2018 4:16:48 PM PST by Dahoser
Nearly 60 percent of U.S. voters surveyed say President Trump should be either impeached and removed from office or formally censured, according to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris poll released exclusively to The Hill.
The poll shows that a majority of voters polled think some kind of action should be taken against Trump, though they are divided on how far lawmakers should go as Democrats prepare to take over the House majority.
Asked whether Trump should be impeached and removed from office for his actions, censured by Congress or whether Congress should take no action, 39 percent of respondents said Trump should be impeached and removed from office.
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Where did this poll come from? Was is over sampled for Democrats? I call BS on this.
So when you boil it down to ALL Americans were probably talkin 15-20%?
Bet it was CA and NYC residents who were surveyed.
This is why the impeachment trial is done in the senate. They represent the state voice.
Harvard poll? hahahaha That poll couldn’t be biased. lol
I wonder where they conducted this poll? A few newsrooms and maybe also coffee shops in Boston or NYC and elsewhere like that to get silly results like these?
I don’t believe that poll at all. It’s propaganda.
Dont let the Democrats take over the House.
Dont seat them.
Or disband the House.
Simply, cease funding the House.
“registered voters” is such a stupid thing to phone sample that all reputable pollsters no longer do it and go with the much more accurate “likely voters.”
39 percent of respondents said Trump should be impeached and removed from office...
THAT’S an expected number.
Was the question phrased “Should Trump be impeached or censored or are you IGNORANT ENOUGH to believe he should not be punished at all?!?!”
so tired, so predictable
Registered voters. No poll internals until later this week.
Interesting new ploy on the part of the pollsters. Release this blaring headline, then produce the internals later on.
This is nothing but an attempt to use herding behavior to create / mold the opinions of sheep.
They couldn't be lying, could they?
So it does not reflect what we say it does which is why we are not releasing it for another week... and then without a margin of error.
Nice and cozy in proglib land, right?
If it is not a Rassmussen poll I don’t look at results.
<>They represent the state voice.<>
Not since 1913.
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