Poll: 45% Believe Trump Should Be ‘Impeached And Removed’ | Hardball | MSNBC

 

A new Quinnipiac Poll out today shows that 45% of voters believe the President should be "impeached and removed.” In a Fox News poll, 50% of registered voters say they want President Trump to be impeached and removed from office. Aired on 12/16/19.
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Poll: 45% Believe Trump Should Be ‘Impeached And Removed’ | Hardball | MSNBC

36 Comments on "Poll: 45% Believe Trump Should Be ‘Impeached And Removed’ | Hardball | MSNBC"

  1. Alexander Craig | December 16, 2019 at 9:07 PM | Reply

    These polls are just too laughable. Why claim some 50% of voters will choose such and such a path, About 40% of them don’t even bother to cast a ballot. So it is a matter of 50% of what, exactly? Why include these non-voters in your polling ? There should be a separate category for these voters, yes? Then we might give these “polls” some weight.

  2. To many polls out there, irregardless the GOP has their ultimate leader who has shown that you can deceive America, cut ties with allies, act like a big whiner, bully the innocent, fire smart people, serve his own self-interest, bow down to our adversaries, provide classification to said adversaries, ruin farmers/coal miners etc..incomes, build a wall using US military funds, dividing the military and country, and now surrounds himself with Yes people!

  3. Forget about the USA being a nation. It’s a stretch of land inhabited by 2 factions still in the middle of their civil war … the only difference being the fight is now political and in the courts which are, for all practical purposes, an integral part of the political system.

  4. Alessia C***** | December 16, 2019 at 9:16 PM | Reply

    Trump must not be happy with fox.

    • You should think of Fox News, and Fox News *Polling* …as completely separate. Fox News Polling is highly rated, as very accurate on their polls. There is NO bias in their polls.

    • @Oslo Vega Did you look at who Fox contacted for the poll that came out sunday? Look. Then laugh. Fox trolled and all the other news organizations fell for it. Now MSNBC comes out with different poll numbers. Polls are useless. Ask Hillary. 😉

    • @Uoffend Me – I’m not going to waste time on you, because you have done ZERO research. Do that, then lets have a discussion. Thanks. (And like many people, you don’t know how polls / pollsters work..so, maybe STFU?)

  5. 45% of democrats
    95% of Republicans
    Think 45% of dems
    Need a psychologist

  6. Cesar Gonzalez | December 16, 2019 at 9:21 PM | Reply

    Let’s make impeachment great again 😆👍♥️🙏

  7. Real 🇺🇸 Americans who believe trump should be impeached are 100% the rest are zombies 🧟‍♀️ .

  8. ShareThisFastDOTcom | December 16, 2019 at 9:45 PM | Reply

    Trust government, they really care (about themselves)

  9. The founders didn’t want a single party impeachment so the nation would not be divided. Then why are the democrats doing this, I wonder? 🤨

    • “There must never be a narrowly voted impeachment or an impeachment substantially supported by one of our major political parties and largely opposed by the other. Such an impeachment would lack legitimacy, would produce divisiveness and bitterness in our politics for years to come. And will call into question the very legitimacy of our political institutions.” Jerry Nadler Dec 10, 1998, during the Bill Clinton impeachment.

  10. This doofus who spits when he talks teleprompter reader here at MSNBC said that Hillary Clinton was going to win the 2016 election.
    😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝

    🐸

  11. By not including obstruction of justice of a DOJ investigation in the Articles of Impeachment, Congress has created a new presidential power. Someone could maybe argue that’s not the case if the DOJ had only reported one or two instances, but the DOJ reported TEN INSTANCES. The ability to impeach based on obstruction of justice of a DOJ investigation has now been severely eroded. In practice, it no longer rises to the level high crimes and misdemeanors. That’s a huge precedence that can embolden any future president to commit crimes and then just destroy the evidence and he’s in the clear.

  12. Diana Elise Rose B | December 16, 2019 at 10:08 PM | Reply

    how can we participate in these polls? #impeachmenteve

  13. Slobbering Chris Matthews- another life destroyed by TDS. Very tragic

  14. Here is what is SO hilarious about this impeachment/attempted coup, Democrats, liberals and the left truly believe they are going to overturn the 2016 election, get Trump removed from office, get what they want and gain something from this impeachment. They WON’T, in fact, it will backfire on them next November and Trump will easily win in 2020 no matter who the Democrats nominate.

  15. Hold that vote, then.

  16. *#TrumpIsGuiltyAsHell** **#ImpeachAndRemove45*

  17. I don’t believe serial farters… 😁

  18. Benjamin de Montgomery | December 16, 2019 at 10:33 PM | Reply

    37% will vote for him no matter what that leaves the Republicans to make up 14%. I will be pretty pathetic if they can’t snap up 14%

  19. Baloney

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