(Tea Party PAC) – Take that, Deep State.
The Democrats are delusionally trying to impeach Trump, completely unaware that it’s all blowing up in their faces in real-time.
As Trump becomes the third president in the history of our republic to be impeached, his job approval rating has risen six percentage points since the House Democrats first launched their farcical impeachment into him, according to a Gallup poll published on Wednesday.
This was the very same day the House held their vote in Congress!
The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:
The president’s job approval rating is now at 45%, while Americans remain divided over whether he should be impeached, Gallup’s poll found. Currently, 46% support impeachment and removal, down six points from when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the inquiry, the poll found.
More than 50% oppose impeachment and removal, an increase of five percentage points, according to the poll.
The poll, which was conducted between Dec. 2-15, shows political independents are shifting on the issue — they supported impeachment in October polls by roughly 55%, Gallup noted. Support for impeachment and removal is now down below 50% among independents, the poll found.
“The impeachment process has been a divisive one for the country, carrying risks for both political parties,” Gallup analyst Justin McCarthy noted in a statement announcing the numbers. He added that approval numbers have increased for Congress, as well, strangely enough.
Approximately 27% of voters approve of the job Congress is doing, which is an 18% increase from early September, according to the Gallup poll. The polling company surveyed 1,025 adults and has a ±4 percentage points margin of error at the 95% confidence level.
McCarthy added: “As of now, it appears to be helping both Trump and Congress. While neither enjoys stellar approval ratings, they have both improved in their standing since the beginning of the impeachment process.”
Trump’s poll surveyed 900 likely voters in the 30 congressional districts that the president won in 2016 but are currently occupied by Democrats.
Voters in those districts oppose impeachment by 10 percentage points, 53-43, and would support a new candidate over the Democratic incumbent by 11 points, 47-36, according to the Trump campaign’s internal polling.