New Polling Debunks GOP Claim That Impeachment Support Is Falling

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Republicans are claiming that polls are swinging in their favor on impeachment.

But a new CNN poll shows the number of Americans favoring impeachment and removal of Trump remains at levels unmatched by any modern president—except the week before Nixon’s resignation.

These numbers should be a warning sign for Republicans. Here’s what the latest polling shows us:

Majority Of Americans Support Trump Impeachment And Removal, Significantly Higher In Historical Context:

Support For Impeachment And Removal Has Surged From 36% In March And Is As High As Ever:

Poll Shows Huge Shift Toward Impeachment Among Women, A Key Demographic That Cost GOP The House:

Steady Growth Among Those Who Say What Trump Did Was Wrong:


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Impeachment HQ is a new rapid response project that serves as a resource to talkers, reporters, and activists on the impeachment proceedings.

The new project is a joint effort from Defend the Republic, a messaging and strategic communications project focused on holding the Trump Administration accountable, and Stand Up America, one of the country’s largest grassroots advocacy organizations and a key group driving grassroots action on impeachment.

The project is led by Zac Petkanas, who was previously the Director of Rapid Response for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, Communications Director to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and Senior Adviser to the Democratic National Committee.

The project is also supported by communicators, campaigners, and researchers from both Defend the Republic and Stand Up America—including Ryan Thomas, the Press Secretary for Stand Up America, who leads the communications team.

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