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Marquette University Law polls reveal how WI voters stand on impeaching the president

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Marquette University Law polls reveal how WI voters stand on impeaching the president
Marquette University Law polls reveal how WI voters stand on impeaching the president

Wisconsin voters seem a little less inclined right now to see President Trump impeached compared to national polls.

WISCONSIN VOTERS SEEM A LITTLELESS INCLINED RIGHT NOW TO SEEPRESIDENT TRUMP IMPEACHEDCOMPARED TO NATIONAL POLLS.ANEW MARQUETTE LAW SCHOOL POLLSHOWS 51 PERCENT OPPOSEIMPEACHMENT AND REMOVAL FROMOFFICE WHILE 44 percentSUPPORT IMPEACHMENT.AS YOU CANIMAGINE PARTISAN POLITICSPLAYS HEAVILY IN HOW VOTERSTHINK ABOUT THE ISSUE.92PERCENT OF REPUBLICANS DON'TSUPPORT IMPEACHMENT88 PERCENTOF DEMOCRATS DO.BUT A KEYNUMBER IS FROM INDEPENDENTS 55PERCENT OPPOSE IMPEACHMENT VS33 PERCENT SUPPORT IT.we are also seeing the folkstowards the middle theindependents who pay a littleless attention politics areless in favor of hearings or atrial and removal, where asthe partisans are paying a bitmore attention.TRUMP'S JOB APPROVAL NUMBERSIN WISCONSIN HAVEN'T CHANGEDMUCH - 46 PERCENT APPROVE - 51PERCENT DISAPPROVE.THE POLLSAMPLE HAS A PLUS OR MINUSMARGIN OF ERROR OF 4.2PERCENT.

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