Epic Fail For Dems: Trump's Approval Turns Positive, Most Now Oppose Impeachment
oll found that 48% approve of Trump, while 47% do not.
President Donald Trump's voter approval has turned positive thanks to a massive revolt against impeachment by independents, according to a new survey.
The new Emerson Poll found that 48% approve of Trump, while 47% do not.
Additionally, public support for the president's impeachment is now negative, as finding that echoes other recent pollings.
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 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%."
Last week, Neon Nettle reported that House Democrat Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-NJ), who voted against Trump's impeachment, revealed that his colleagues and voters are "tired and bored" with the push to impeach the president.
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Appearing on Fox News Channel’s Sunday Morning Futures, Drew said some Democrats are privately expressing their “concern” about the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
Rep. Drew told host Maria Bartiromo on Sunday that many Democratic lawmakers in the House now just "want to move on" from impeachment.
Drew, one of only two House Democrats to vote against impeaching Trump, said "many folks" are now "tired" of the impeachment inquiry.
Drews comments appear to support the sentiment that the push for impeachment is more and an anti-Trump campaign and less about impeaching the president for a "crime."