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Do Americans Support Removing Trump From Office?

PollsterSampleYesNoMarginJan. 11-13 Do you agree or disagree with the following statements… Donald Trump should be immediately removed from office for promoting this unrestgeneric_removeB-Ipsos 1,019adults 56%35%Yes +21generic_removeB-IpsosYesNo1,019adults56%35%Yes +21 334Republicans17%75%No +58 314Democrats94%3%Yes +91 308independents54%33%Yes +21Jan. 11-12 As you may know, this week the House of Representatives may consider impeaching Donald Trump, alleging: inciting violence against the government…

Do Americans Support Removing Trump From Office?
Pollster Sample Yes No Margin

Jan. 11-13

Do you agree or disagree with the following statements… Donald Trump should be immediately removed from office for promoting this unrest

generic_remove

B-

Ipsos 1,019adults 56% 35% Yes +21

generic_remove

Yes No
1,019adults

56%

35%

Yes +21
334Republicans

17%

75%

No +58
314Democrats

94%

3%

Yes +91
308independents

54%

33%

Yes +21

Jan. 11-12

As you may know, this week the House of Representatives may consider impeaching Donald Trump, alleging: inciting violence against the government of the United States. Would you favor or oppose Donald Trump being impeached on these charges?

impeach

B

YouGov 1,521adults 55% 45% Yes +10

impeach

Yes No
1,521adults

55%

45%

Yes +10
384Republicans

15%

85%

No +70
487Democrats

88%

12%

Yes +76
485independents

54%

46%

Yes +8

Jan. 10-12

Do you think President Trump should resign?

resign

B

YouGov 1,500adults 48% 42% Yes +6

resign

Yes No
1,500adults

48%

42%

Yes +6
340Republicans

13%

81%

No +68
562Democrats

83%

10%

Yes +73
597independents

43%

43%

Even

Jan. 10-12

Do you think President Trump should be removed from office?

generic_remove

B

YouGov 1,500adults 48% 44% Yes +4

generic_remove

Yes No
1,500adults

48%

44%

Yes +4
340Republicans

9%

85%

No +76
560Democrats

87%

8%

Yes +79
595independents

43%

47%

No +4

Jan. 8-11

Do you support or oppose the US House of Representatives impeaching President Trump for a second time? If impeached, President Trump would have a trial in the US Senate where Senators would listen to evidence and decided whether or not to remove President Trump from office.

impeach

B

YouGov 18,985adults 59% 32% Yes +27

impeach

Yes No
18,985adults

59%

32%

Yes +27

Jan. 8-11

As you may know, the Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach the president. Once a president is impeached by the House of Representatives, the Senate has the sole power to legally try the president and, if convicted, remove the president from office. Would you approve or disapprove of the House of Representatives impeaching President Trump?

impeach

B/C

Morning Consult 1,996registered voters 52% 41% Yes +11

impeach

Yes No
1,996registered voters

52%

41%

Yes +11
595Republicans

12%

82%

No +70
813Democrats

86%

10%

Yes +75
588independents

45%

40%

Yes +4

Jan. 8-11

Do you support or oppose Trump being removed from office before his term ends on January 20th?

generic_remove

Global Strategy Group/GBAO/Navigator Research 1,000registered voters 53% 40% Yes +13

generic_remove

Yes No
1,000registered voters

53%

40%

Yes +13

Jan. 8-11

Some lawmakers in Congress are calling for the invocation of the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump from office for his role in attempting to overturn the result of the 2020 presidential election and inciting riots that lead to the storming of the capital building and disruption of vote certifying the electoral college votes. Under the 25th amendment, Vice President Mike Pence and members of the Cabinet can vote to declare Trump unfit to perform his duties and remove him from office. Pence would then serve as acting President until the end of Trump’s term. Do you support or oppose this effort to remove Trump from office?

25th_amendment

B-

Data for Progress 1,233likely voters 52% 45% Yes +7

25th_amendment

Yes No
1,233likely voters

52%

45%

Yes +7
463Republican voters

17%

79%

No +62
483Democrat voters

88%

11%

Yes +77
287independent voters

46%

48%

No +2

Jan. 9-10

Some lawmakers in Congress are calling for President Trump to be impeached for his role in attempting to overturn the result of the 2020 presidential election and inciting riots that lead to the storming of the capital building and disruption of vote certifying the electoral college votes. Do you support or oppose this effort to impeach Trump?

impeach

B-

Data for Progress 1,129likely voters 53% 43% Yes +10

impeach

Yes No
1,129likely voters

53%

43%

Yes +10
421Republican voters

19%

79%

No +60
455Democrat voters

83%

11%

Yes +72
253independent voters

55%

40%

Yes +15

Jan. 7-10

Do you think that President Trump should resign as president, or don’t you think so?

resign

B+

Quinnipiac University 1,239registered voters 53% 43% Yes +10

resign

Yes No
1,239registered voters

53%

43%

Yes +10
322Republicans

17%

81%

No +64
396Democrats

87%

10%

Yes +77
409independents

54%

40%

Yes +14

Jan. 7-10

Do you think that President Trump should be removed from office, or don’t you think so?

generic_remove

B+

Quinnipiac University 1,239registered voters 52% 45% Yes +7

generic_remove

Yes No
1,239registered voters

52%

45%

Yes +7
322Republicans

10%

87%

No +77
396Democrats

89%

9%

Yes +80
409independents

55%

43%

Yes +12

Jan. 8-9

Do you think Donald Trump should or should not be removed from office before his term ends?

generic_remove

B-

Ipsos 570adults 56% 43% Yes +13

generic_remove

Yes No
570adults

56%

43%

Yes +13

Jan. 7

Do you think steps should or should not be taken to remove President Trump from office before his term is up?

generic_remove

A+

Marist College 875adults 48% 49% No +1

generic_remove

Yes No
875adults

48%

49%

No +1

Jan. 6-7

As you may know, the 25th Amendment of the Constitution dictates that the Vice President, with the approval of a majority of Cabinet secretaries, can take steps to remove the president from office due to an inability ‘to discharge the powers and duties of his office.’ Based on the events that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday (January 6th), do you think Vice President Pence and the Cabinet secretaries in the Trump administration should invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office?

25th_amendment

B/C

Morning Consult 1,986registered voters 49% 37% Yes +12

25th_amendment

Yes No
1,986registered voters

49%

37%

Yes +12
657Republicans

18%

71%

No +53
803Democrats

77%

12%

Yes +65
526independents

45%

35%

Yes +10

Jan. 6-7

Do you agree or disagree with the following statements… Donald Trump should be immediately removed from office for promoting this unrest

generic_remove

B-

Ipsos 536adults 51% 39% Yes +12

generic_remove

Yes No
536adults

51%

39%

Yes +12
137Republicans

15%

80%

No +65
169Democrats

86%

11%

Yes +75
230independents

49%

33%

Yes +16

Jan. 6-7

Do you think there are grounds for impeaching President Trump because of how he handled today’s pro-Trump rally that broke into the U.S. Capitol and its aftermath, or is there no basis for impeaching him?

impeach

C

Harris Insights & Analytics 964registered voters 49% 51% No +2

impeach

Yes No
964registered voters

49%

51%

No +2
347Republicans

19%

81%

No +62
357Democrats

77%

23%

Yes +54
241independents

52%

48%

Yes +4

Jan. 6-7

Should Vice President Mike Pence work with the Cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump from office or not?

25th_amendment

C

Harris Insights & Analytics 964registered voters 49% 51% No +2

25th_amendment

Yes No
964registered voters

49%

51%

No +2
347Republicans

20%

80%

No +60
357Democrats

80%

20%

Yes +60
241independents

47%

53%

No +6

Jan. 6

Do you agree or disagree with the following statements… Donald Trump should be immediately removed from office for promoting this unrest

generic_remove

B-

Ipsos 500adults 51% 36% Yes +15

generic_remove

Yes No
500adults

51%

36%

Yes +15

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