Democrats say Americans want Trump impeached - here's what new poll says

A question from the Quinnipiac poll

A question from the Quinnipiac poll. Quinnipiac University poll

Even though 66 percent of American voters believe the economy is either "excellent" or "good", only 37 percent believe that Trump's policies are helping the economy.

The poll, polled among 1,106 voters from January 5-9, also found American voters opposing 63 - 34 percent building a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border. "Something noble about the presidency", former CBS news anchor Dan Rather told Salon in November.

According to the results, released Wednesday, 66 per cent of the respondents feel the US economy is "excellent" or "good", while another 33 per cent said the economy was "not so good" or "poor".

The Quinnipiac University Poll conducts nationwide public opinion surveys, and statewide polls in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Iowa and Colorado as a public service and for research.

Another 45 percent said that Democrats should begin impeachment proceedings if they regain the House.

Voters were also asked to describe the first year of the president in open-ended questions and 25 words were negative in nature.

Billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer has already spent millions to try to persuade Americans that Trump should be impeached, and he's vowed to spend more in what many see as a primer for his own presidential aspirations.

As for the Quinnipiac poll, 59 per cent of those surveyed disapprove of Trump's handling of the Oval Office, while 36 per cent approve.

Trump on Saturday sent a flurry of tweets in defense of his intelligence and fitness for office, wherein he brandished his personal successes to support his assertion that he's a "very stable genius".

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