Support for impeachment has slipped in Wisconsin, according to Wednesday’s Marquette University Law School Poll.
And for the first time, President Donald Trump has surged ahead of all four Democratic rivals in potential head to head matchups.
Just 40% of Wisconsin registered voters believe Trump should be impeached and removed from office, while 53% disagreed, according to the survey.
In October, before public testimony began, the Marquette poll showed 44% said the president should be impeached and removed while 51% said he should not be.
Fifty-two percent said Trump asked the Ukraine president to investigate his political rival, while 29% said he did not. Forty-one percent said Trump held up military aid to pressure the Ukraine president while 38% said he did not.