What do Americans think about impeachment? We asked over 2,000 people

Some voters are still open-minded on impeachment.
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Can impede. Or not ten. But the American people have been injured a and help me inquiry into president company wolves team. Politicians take their cues from their constituents. Or at least that's how it's the close to work. In the next few weeks and months hearings and news reports. We'll shape how voters view the president's actions by 38 has been collecting poles and talking public support for impeachment since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi first announced the inquiry. Though we want a deeper. What Americans think about the specific accusations made against trap. Other voters out there whose minds might still be changed to get answers when partnered with the polling organization get sent to do you. Panel survey that follows the same group of people. Over the course inquiry itself will be checking in with and periodically to see their views have shifted. On November 19 we got our first results in our survey and expert panel agreed that you can't withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine to investigate Biden's. Or if he tried to cover up those action. His behavior would have been inappropriate. But the majority of Republicans and Democrats did not agree on whether this thing actually it. Nor did they agree on whether the actions would be impeachable. That said both Republicans and Democrats. Believe that trump had asked to Ukraine to investigate the by this but the majority of Republicans did not see that alone. As either inappropriate. Or impeachable. All internal. 56% of our panelists thought hunt has committed an impeachable acts. But regardless of their answer about a quarter of people were somewhat certain but not at all certain of their opinion. So there isn't room for movement. People still might change their minds in light of new evidence. Of course it's her to change a person's mind whom actually paying attention to the impeachment inquiry. Only around 34%. Of our panelists who don't feel certain of their opinions have been following the impeachment process closely. That means it could be an uphill battle for both Democrats and Republicans. To rallies support for their costs.

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