After Controversial Speech Poll Shows Most Americans Think Biden Should be Impeached

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A surprisingly large percentage of Democrats were among the registered voters polled who were in favor of impeaching their party's leader

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This unbiased, non-satirical, un-opinionated, and fully attributed article was compiled by investigative reporter Crystal Dillon. It is comprised of information gleaned from the following sources: Real Clear Politics, The Associated Press, and Rasmussen Polling.

In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, voters were asked, among other things, if they believed -after hearing the president's latest controversial speech - that he should be impeached. They were also asked several other questions as a way to ‘take the temperature' of America regarding its current leadership, according to the polling agency.

In response to the question, a large majority of voters, including a full one-third of registered Democrats who were polled, supported efforts to impeach the unpopular President - the latest president to face the nation’s harshest criticism.

By a margin of 52%-42%, that’s a full ten percent majority who support impeachment. In this demographic breakdown, includes 77% of Republicans, 50% of independents, and 32% of Democrats.

However, in a related question about Republican promises to make good on impeachment threats, expectations for action are down on the chances the GOP will follow through. Put simply, while most Americans believe the current president should be impeached, a good chunk of them don’t believe the GOP will actually do it if they regain control of the House of Representatives when the 118th Congress sits in January of 2023 – a scenario which is widely believed to be a foregone conclusion.

Rasmussen found that 47% believe it is likely that the Republicans in the House will vote to impeach versus 43% that don’t. Perhaps more telling is that a full third of the Republicans polled said it was unlikely that the GOP would vote to impeach.

“Support for impeaching Biden is highest among voters 40-64, who are also most likely to think that if Republicans win in the midterms, they actually will impeach the president. Retirees are least supportive of impeaching Biden,” said the polling analysis shared with Secrets.

The survey follows another that said more voters view the midterm elections as a referendum on Biden. In that survey, most said that Biden should change course if he loses control of Congress.

Compiled by Investigative reporter Crystal Dillon - Because the Truth Matters!

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