Red State has an article up titled: Poll Reveals Democrats Pushing Impeachment Are Spitting In The Wind. It's a discussion of the results of a John McLaughlin Poll, which is covered in detail at the Washington Examiner. As you'll see, the poll covers more than just the impeachment. It was conducted before the latest impeachment, but also included questions on the Dem censorship drive:
Here are the findings:
• 89% of all voters think it is important that President Trump lead an orderly and peaceful transition to Joe Biden. 70% say it is very important. Only 11% do not think it is important.
• When voters are told that Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20th, but Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants Congress to impeach and remove the President in his last week in office, 60% of all voters say that this is another waste of time and money. Only 40% agree with Pelosi.
• 77% of all voters think that Congress should make its priority this week dealing with Coronavirus. Only 23% prefer impeaching President Trump.
• 74% of all voters agree that efforts by Pelosi and the Democrats to try to impeach the President after Joe Biden is sworn in would be politically motivated to prevent the President from running again, stripping his Secret Service protection, and preventing him from having a Presidential Library. Only 26% disagree.
• 65% of all voters agree that by continuing to attack the President, Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi are making this worse and keeping the country divided. Only 35% disagree.
• 48% of all voters are less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes to impeach the President. Only 36% are more likely.
• 80% of Trump voters and 76% of Republicans are less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes for impeachment.
• 74% agree that if Twitter, Facebook, and Google can censor and take away the President’s right to free speech they can take away the right to free speech for any American. Only 26% disagree.
• 70% of all voters agree that Big Tech companies like Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple have too much power and need to be regulated to protect the freedoms and privacy of Americans. Only 30% disagree.
• The President has a 49% job approval rating in the battleground states.
• The generic vote for Congress favors the Republicans over the Democrats 49% to 42%.
• Congress receives an extremely negative job rating: 28% approve to 72% disapprove.
• Nancy Pelosi favorable to unfavorable rating: 33% to 59%.
• Chuck Schumer favorable to unfavorable rating: 27% to 51%.
76% of Republicans are less likely to vote for these ten GOPers, who somehow thought it was a good idea to vote to impeach today:
Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
John Katko of New York
Liz Cheney of Wyoming
Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington
Fred Upton of Michigan
Dan Newhouse of Washington
Herrera Beutler of Washington
Tom Rice of South Carolina
David Valadao of California
Peter Meijer of Michigan
And somewhere north of 60% of all voters are disgusted by the Mean Girl behavior of Progs--both in Congress and in the Big Tech companies. Trump's approval remains at a very healthy 49% and--defying all odds--the generic vote for Congress gives GOPers a healthy 7 point lead. Dems must be counting on everything going right for them, to overcome these numbers. Is instituting the Big Steal to inaugurate a Biden Inc. hoax administration the way to do that?
If I were Trump I think I'd double dog dare the Dems to impeach him one more time--make it a hat trick.
UPDATE: Gotta Luv This:
Trump Blows Off Second Impeachment, Awards Medal of Arts to Tobey Keith and Ricky Skaggs at White House Ceremony During House Votes
And did you hear that Gab imported all of Trump's tweets from Twitter? Gab could turn out to be a very big winner from the Big Tech censorship gambit.