Impeachment Polls Stun

PUBLISHED: 7:34 PM 22 Nov 2019
UPDATED: 7:36 PM 22 Nov 2019

Number Opposing Impeachment Rises As Trump Approval Soars

It’s almost as if the American people are not too stupid to recognize this attempt for what it is.

Excellent.

Apparently, democrats still have to contend with American voters who can think for themselves. Despite the steady stream of propaganda poured out by the leftist media, according to a new poll, showing the impeachment hearings has actually helped improve public opinion of President Trump.

Could it be that people can see the partisan lies? Are they sick and tired of being told what to think?

A new Emerson Poll showing election favorability between President Trump and democrat contenders found that 48 percent approve of the president, while 47 percent do not.

The Washington Examiner outlined the poll implications:

House impeachment proceedings have helped — not hurt — President Trump’s approval in the eyes of voters, and in the latest survey, his rating has turned positive thanks to a massive revolt against impeachment by independents.

What’s more, support for impeachment is now negative, a finding that backs up other recent polling.

Emerson said the key change has been among independent voters.

“President Trump’s approval has increased in the last month with 48% approval and 47% disapproval, a bounce from 43% approval in the last Emerson National poll in October,” according to the analysis shared after Wednesday’s “blockbuster” testimony of Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union.

According to the analysis, “support for impeachment has flipped since October from 48% support with 44% opposing, to now 45% opposed and 43% in support. The biggest swing is among independents, who oppose impeachment now 49% to 34%, which is a reversal from October where they supported impeachment 48% to 39%.”

Trump is also beating or tied with every Democratic presidential candidate except Sen. Bernie Sanders in the new poll. Against Sanders, Trump is losing 49% to 50%, well within the margin of error.