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Poll: Impeachment Hysteria Has No Effect on Republicans

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Poll: Impeachment Hysteria Has No Effect on Republicans

Poll: Impeachment Hysteria Has No Effect on Republicans
October 04
16:38 2019

The game-plan by despicable Democrats seems thus far to be backfiring according to a new Monmouth University poll just released on Wednesday.

In fact, despite the impeachment frenzy manufactured by deranged Democrats along with the cohorts within the mainstream media fanning the flames the President’s re-election prospects remains unchanged.

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The poll, conducted between September 23rd to the 29th found that 4-out-of-10 registered voters (39%) feel that Trump should be reelected in 2020; while 57% think it’s time to have someone else in the Oval Office.

These numbers are identical to the August poll before the impeachment craze by Democrats went full throttle.

Furthermore, these metrics have been surprisingly stable since Monmouth started asking this question last November. Support for the President as stayed within a defined narrow range of between 37% to 39%, while support for someone else residing in the White House, has also stayed within a consistence range of between 57% to 60%.

Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute acknowledged, “Support for Trump’s reelection hasn’t budged, even after the events of last week. These revelations, or at least the way they were filtered through the media outlets used by different groups of voters, just served to confirm preexisting sentiment about the President on both sides.”

The poll asked 1,161 registered voters to respond regarding the President’s re-election prospects with a margin of error calculated at +/-3.1%.

The survey comes after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) launched an impeachment probe against President Trump last week, which was prompted by a federal bureaucrat’s so-called “whistleblower” complaint alleging the president pressured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to look into the business dealings of Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President and 2020 candidate Joe Biden.

While the initial numbers are important in gauging overall performance, the poll drilled down further to better assess the President’s strengths and weaknesses among certain voting blocks.

Using traditional party identification measures the survey found that among the Presidents base of Republican supporters he has an 81% approval rating for re-election, however among registered Independent voters the President has just 37%, with a dismal 4% approval rating among Democrats.

Moreover, the key demographics for the Presidents re-election lie with those Independent voters, who traditionally side on social value issues with Republicans. These voters, who do not lean toward either party, make up about 14% of the total electorate in the poll. That’s the demographics the President needs to win over, as he did in 2016.

The poll also found that approximately 300 “swing” counties across the country, accounting for about one-fifth of the total U.S. electorate, only 31% back the incumbent’s reelection compared with 64% who want a new occupant in the White House.  In 2016, Trump lost the cumulative vote in these counties by just one percentage point.

“Trump’s base is sticking with him, but these results suggest that the President remains particularly weak among voting blocs that were crucial to putting him over the top in 2016,” said Murray.

However as a point of reference, back in 2016, the Monmouth University poll got it wrong along with almost every major polling company within the United States.

In fact the 13 national polls that conducted their individual findings the week before the election, 12 had Hillary Clinton winning by a wide margin and only one had Trump ahead, and of course, we all know how that ended.

As for the current impeachment craze, and the reason perhaps why the needle hasn’t moved regarding the President’s re-election bid might be because the public has already figured out that this exercise by unhinged Democrats calling for impeachment is eerily familiar to the Russian collusion hoax.

 

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