Poll: Most Voters Won’t Change Minds on Impeachment

Sixty-two p.c of voters say there’s no likelihood they might amendment their minds concerning impeachment, a new Politico/Morning Consult poll reveals.
Nineteen percent say there is only a “small” chance they will change their minds. Just 2% say there is a “strong chance,” while 8% say there is “some chance.”
Here is how the results, released Wednesday, break down:
50% of voters support the impeachment inquiry, compared to 41% who oppose it. 49% says they either strongly support or somewhat support the House impeaching Trump, while 41% either somewhat oppose it or strongly oppose it. 48% either strongly support or somewhat support the Senate removing Trump from office, compared to 42% who either somewhat oppose or strongly oppose it. 22% say it is very likely or somewhat likely that Trump will be impeached by the House and removed from office by the Senate. 62% say it is not very likely or not likely at all.

40% say they approve of the job Trump is doing in office, compared to 57% who disapprove. The poll, conducted Nov. 8-10, surveyed 1,993 voters. The margin of error is and or minus two proportion points.
Comparatively, only 2 percent say there is a strong chance they could change their mind, and another eight p.c say there’s “some” likelihood they’ll amendment their mind. Story Continued Below As the hearings begin Wednesday morning in the House Intelligence Committee, the poll shows voters’ opinions about the impeachment investigation have changed little since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the opening of a formal inquiry back in September. The new poll shows 50 percent of voters support the impeachment inquiry, compared with 41 percent who oppose it. In early October, 50 percent of voters supported the inquiry, while 44 percent opposed it