Pelosi peril: Impeachment not looking too popular in these key 2020 swing states

Pelosi peril: Impeachment not looking too popular in these key 2020 swing states
Nancy Pelosi (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – This whole foolish enterprise could backfire bigtime for Pelosi and her cohorts.]

We’ve written about impeachment polling for quite some time, noting that public support for that process was deep underwater following the release of the Mueller report, then tracking voter sentiment evolving from unchanged to generally supportive of at least an impeachment inquiry, as related to the Ukraine/quid pro quo matter. As things currently stand, national surveys show a clear majority in favor of the inquiry, with opinions split on the question of conviction and removal. There is no disputing that the president’s standing on this question has eroded in recent weeks, and that empowered Democrats are feeling bolder. That being said, while pro-impeachment fervor appears to be running high in the heavily-populated anti-Trump precincts of coastal blue states, this observation should give the president’s electoral college-minded opponents some pause:

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