Poll: Public Support for Impeachment Inquiry Drops 4% Since Mid-October

Originally published at: Poll: Public Support for Impeachment Inquiry Drops 4% Since Mid-October | Sean Hannity

A recent poll from Morning Consult released this week shows public support for the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry falling 4% since mid-October; new signs Pelosi’s push to remove Trump from office could be in serious trouble.

“The Morning Consult survey found that 47 percent of respondents now back impeachment. In mid-October, a record-high majority — 51 percent — supported it,” reports The Hill.

“Those opposed to impeachment held steady at 43 percent, where it has stood since House Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry over the president’s dealings with Ukraine in September,” adds the website.

House Democrats plan to take their probe public next Wednesday; scheduling a series of hearings that will likely be televised.

“The release of Taylor’s transcript came as Democrats launched a major new phase of their impeachment inquiry with public hearings scheduled for next week featuring State Department officials who have testified about their concerns about Trump’s dealings with Ukraine,” reports Yahoo News.

“House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, who is leading the impeachment investigation, said the committee would hear from Taylor, career department official George Kent and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch in hearings next Wednesday and Friday,” adds the website.

Read the full report here.

Source: The Hill