[Ed. – The bandwagon Nancy Pelosi foolishly decided to jump on is picking up speed as it heads toward a cliff.]
A majority of voters now oppose impeaching and ousting President Trump from office, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday — the same day Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment against the commander in chief.
The poll found that 51% of registered voters surveyed said they don’t want to see Trump impeached and removed from office — compared to 45% who do.
Answers were split along party lines, with 83% of those who said they want the president impeached identifying as Democrats, and 95% who said they don’t identifying as Republicans.
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The last time more than 50% opposed impeachment was when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launched the inquiry in late September.
The poll released Tuesday was conducted between Dec. 4 and 9, during the series of House Judiciary Committee public hearing and after the House Intelligence Committee hearings.