Fox News poll: record support for a Trump charge

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Georgia Republican Rep. Doug Collins says, for the prosecution request is fair, it must be voted on in the house. Collins says, when it voted formally to the house minority subpoena rights.

Just over half of voters want President accused Trump and removed from office, according to a Fox News survey, released on Wednesday.

A new high of 51 per cent want to be accused Trump and removed from office, another 4% want him charged, but not removed, and 40 per cent against law enforcement as a whole. In July, 42 percent of the beneficiary’s impeachment and removal, while 5 percent said charges, but not remove it, and 45 percent against impeachment.

Since July, support for impeachment has increased among the voters of all stripes: up 11 points among Democrats, 5 points among Republicans, and 3 independents. Support also went to a trump of the main resources, including white Evangelical Christians (+5 points), the white men without a college degree (+8), and the rural whites (+10).


Among the voters in the swing counties (where Hillary Clinton and Trump were within 10 points in 2016), support for the impeachment increased by 52 percent (from 42 percent in July.

Much has not done since the July Fox poll on the indictment-namely, the introduction of an impeachment inquiry in the house of the following statements Trump properly under pressure, to examine the Ukraine, the three-part’ dealings in this country. The 9-point increase in support for the law enforcement since July, however, seems not solely on the basis of the latest allegations. At this time, more Democrats in favor of impeachment Trump (85 percent) than think about his reputation with Ukraine’s President an impeachable offense (76 percent). The same is true among the independents: 39 percent favor impeachment, while 30 percent of the Ukraine call to call, as impeachable.

The 4-in-10 voters opposing charge to give a variety of reasons, including: Trump did nothing wrong (21 percent), it is politically motivated (20 percent), and do not believe that allegations (15 percent).

Approval of trump’s job performance is down a couple of points to 43 percent, while 55 percent oppose it. Last month, it was 45 to 54 percent. Currently, 86 percent of Republicans approve, compared to 89 percent in September.

Approximately 51% of the voters think that Trump’s administration is more corrupt than previous administrations, from 46 percent in the last month.

By a 66-25 percent margin, voters say it is General questions inappropriate for Trump to foreign heads of state and government to investigate political rivals.

The question of Trump’s phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart, which is at the heart of the prosecution’s request, 17 percent believe that it was appropriate. Most of which describe either, as it is a impeachable offense (43 percent) or as inappropriate but not impeachable (27 percent).


Trump of Ukraine call “perfect.” Even some Republicans are not convinced that 9 percent say it is an impeachable offense was not impeachable, 38 percent of the inappropriate, however, and 36 percent adequate.

Overall, an 11-point margin, more voters believe Trump “what he deserves”, rather than that the prosecution request is driven by “people, to get to him.”

During the administration of President Bill Clinton’s 1998 impeachment, by a 3-point margin, more thought, “to get the people were,” he was adopted, Clinton “gets what he deserves.”


In the meantime, the voters think of President Trump is only in it for himself. Fifty-five percent and 18 percent of Republicans say he is doing what is best for Trump. Thirty-nine percent think he puts the country first.

Thirty-eight percent find the situation in and around Trump’s handling of the Ukraine is extremely worrying, while 19 percent say the same about the allegations about Biden and his son the business in Ukraine.

Washington-leaders remain unpopular

Negative views of many as the positive Outlook for the impeachment of players.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s personal favorability rating is underwater by 6 points (42 percent favorable versus 48 percent unfavorable). Still, this is a new high, and the highest favorable rating of Capitol Hill leadership tested in the survey.

House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) is also considered to be rather negative than positive-6 points (27-33), to rate although 4 voters in 10 in the location of it

Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell is in the negative range of 23 points (26-49), and 25 percent can’t rate him. The voters have a negative view on both of Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani by 22 points (31-53) and Minister of justice, William Barr to 14 points (24 to 38, also went).

Trump’s popularity ticked up a point since the request: 43-56 percent vs. 42 to 56 percent in August.

Hillary Clinton, the ratings roughly match trump is 41 percent favorable, 54 percent unfavorable. The previous Fox News poll showed her at 40-57 per cent in June 2017.

Vice-President Mike Pence, with 40-49 percent compared to 39-48 percent two months ago.

Trump has a 84 percent favorable for Republicans in comparison to 70 percent for Pence, and 43 percent for McConnell, while 69 percent of Democrats have a positive image of Pelosi

Have a positive rather than a negative opinion of the Democratic party by 2 points (49 favorable vs. 47 unfavorable), while the Republican party is under the water of 15 (40-55). of this can be explained by more Democrats (85 percent favorable), see their party cut off when the Republicans make their (79 percent favorable).

Voters are inclined to see the motives of the Republican legislators as a political. By a 3-point margin, more Democrats in Congress really think Trump believe committed an impeachable offense, as we say Democrats just want to hurt him politically.

On the other hand, from a 23-point margin, more think congressional Republicans only protect Trump want to say politically, as the GOP legislators sincerely believe what he is not impeachable has done.


Overall, voters remain unsatisfied with the job that Congress is to do: 21 percent approve, while 63 percent disapprove. In may, it was 21-66 per cent.

October 6-8, 2019 carried out under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox-News-poll contains interviews with 1.003 randomly selected voters nationwide, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.

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