President Donald Trump’s approval rating is six points lower than support for his impeachment, according to a new poll, following a sudden shift in opinion among voters about removing him from office.
The Quinnipiac University National Poll found that 41 percent of voting Americans approve of the way Trump is handling the presidency against 53 percent who disapprove.
And 47 percent of voters think Trump should be impeached and removed from office. The figure is the same for those who think he should not. However, this is a ten point movement on both in just five days.
The most recent poll was conducted on September 30. Five days earlier, another Quinnipiac poll showed support for Trump’s impeachment at 37 percent and opposition at 57 percent, suggesting the Ukraine-Biden affair is shifting the dial among voters.
“While voters overall are split on the question, there’s less hesitancy over the impeachment inquiry itself as more than half of voters approve of it,” said Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Mary Snow in a release.
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