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The impeachment inquiry against President Trump announced a few days back by Nancy Pelosi is a Democrat pipe dream, at least according to the vast majority opinion of the American people.
Almost 3x more U.S. voters believe that is it FAR more likely for President Trump to win in 2020 and be re-elected for a second term as president than for him to be impeached from office, according to a poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports.
The survey of 1,000 likely voters also found that nearly 2x of people believe that President Trump is more likely to win than be defeated by Dems in 2020!
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Here's the full results of the poll, from Rasmussen Reports:
Voters think President Trump has more to lose in the growing Ukraine controversy than leading Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden, but they still see Trump’s reelection as a surer shot than impeachment.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 43% of Likely U.S. Voters think Trump is more likely than Biden to be found guilty of breaking the law in his dealings with Ukrainian officials. Thirty-four percent (34%) say Biden is more likely to be the culprit. Six percent (6%) believe both men are likely to be found guilty of criminal wrongdoing. Eight percent (8%) say neither is likely to be found guilty. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
But 46% think it’s more likely that Trump will be reelected in 2020 than defeated by the Democratic nominee or impeached, unchanged from late July.
Twenty-eight percent (28%) see a win by the Democrats’ candidate as more likely, down from 33% two months ago. Seventeen percent (17%) believe Trump is likely to be impeached before serving his full term in office, up from 11% in the last survey but down from a high of 29% when Rasmussen Reports first asked this question in late December 2017.
Eighty-two percent (82%) of voters say they have been closely following recent news reports about Trump’s and Biden’s dealings with Ukrainian officials, with 55% who have been following Very Closely.
CNS News also said:
Nearly three times as many U.S. voters now say the reelection of President Donald Trump is more likely than his impeachment, a new national Rasmussen Reports survey shows.
The survey of 1,000 likely voters, conducted September 25-26, reveals that voters also say Trump is far more likely to defeat his Democrat opponent – if his fate is left up to the 2020 national election.
“Which is more likely – that President Trump will be reelected in 2020, that he will be defeated by the Democratic nominee in 2020 or that he will be impeached before serving his full term in office?”
- Reelected: 46%, unchanged from July
- Defeated: 28%, down from 33% in July
- Impeached: 17%, up from 11% in July (down from high of 29% in Dec. 2017)