Fifty-six percent of the Democrats surveyed by Hill-HarrisX believe that the impeachment of President Trump, for the so-called Ukraine Case, will fail and that he will be able to fulfill his entire term of office.
These results show a 7-point increase over a similar poll last month, according to The Hill’s Nov. 13 data.
There was also an increase—from 89 percent to 93 percent—in the case of the Republicans surveyed who believe that the president would complete the presidential term for which he was elected.
The independent vote improved by 14 points over the Oct. 14 poll, reaching 73 percent of those polled who said President Trump was likely to complete his first term.
The results of this survey are presented at the beginning of President Tump’s impeachment public hearings.
After the first day of the public hearings on the Ukraine Case, an atmosphere of “boredom” and “farce” was reflected, according to the White House press secretary and Rush Limbaugh of “Fox & Friends,” an atmosphere that seems to be corroborated by the survey results presented by Hill-HarrisX.
“This sham audience is not only boring, it is a colossal waste of taxpayer time and money. Congress should be working on passing USMCA, funding our government and military, working on reduced drug prices and so much more,” White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham tweeted.
“Millions of Americans will see what a partisan sham this whole thing is,” said Rush Limbaugh of “Fox and Friends,” quoted by Politico.
The Hill-HarrisX poll took place between Nov. 8 and 9. The margin of error for the entire sample was 2.8 percentage points.