As the Judiciary Committee continues the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, polls indicate that battleground state voters are rejecting the effort by House Democrats and unelected bureaucrats to impeach President Trump.
Over the course of October and November, an average of only 44 percent supported by the impeachment efforts while 51 percent opposed the inquiry in the following battleground states: Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Wisconsin.
“Support is still lower in key 2020 states” Washington Post | December 3, 2019
The state that is giving Democratic strategists the most concern is Wisconsin. In the Badger State, only 40 percent of registered voters supported impeaching and removing President Trump.
War Room: Impeachment dove into the cross-tabs of The New York Times-Siena College polls published in mid-October, the first public opinion signal that battleground state voters were trending away from impeachment support, and uncovered key granular details. The main takeaway from the poll’s cross-tabs is that a majority of independents in Wisconsin (51%) did not support impeaching and removing President Trump from office. Even more telling is that 40% of independents STRONGLY opposed the effort currently being undertaken by House Democrats.
In Michigan, one of the crown jewels of President Trump’s victory along with Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, the pivotal data point is that more women oppose the impeachment process: 48% opposed to 47% support.