For only those interested. Public response to impeachment hearings. Comparing Trumpís approval ratings, percentage of those who want Trump impeached and removed along with those who donít.
Impeachment hearings began on 13 Nov 2019 vs. 24 Nov 2019
Trumpís approval 13 Nov 43.9%, 24 Nov 44.3%https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/president_trump_job_approval-6179.html
13 Nov Democrats for impeachment and removal 82%, 24 Nov Democrats for impeachment and removal 87%.
13 Nov Republicans for impeachment and removal 12%, 24 Nov Republicans for impeachment and removal 9%.
13 Nov Independents for impeachment and removal 38%, 24 Nov Independents for impeachment and removal 41%.
13 Nov Democrats against impeachment and removal 6%, 24 Nov Democrats against impeachment and removal 8%.
13 Nov Republicans against impeachment and removal 80%, 24 Nov Republicans against impeachment and removal 87%.
13 Nov Independents against impeachment and removal 39%, 24 Nov Independents against impeachment and removal 47%.https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls...trump-6957.html
10 days after the start of the hearings, we finally see a bit of movement. Impeachment and removal have gained 5 points among Democrats and 3 points among independents. Although support for impeachment and removal has dropped 3 points among Republicans. The biggest rise was independents against impeachment and removal, an 8-point rise, Republicans against impeachment and removal have risen 7 points. It seems after 10 days of hearings, Republicans and Democrats have harden their view on this. But I think it is more important to keep tabs on independents, the less to non-partisan group, probably most not in either the pro or anti Trump camps. On 13 Nov you had 38% for impeachment and removal, 39% against. 24 Nov shows 41% of independents for impeachment and removal, 47% against impeachment and removal.
Draw your own conclusions. The numbers I find fascinating are the answers to this question. Question 7. Watched public hearings - Did you watch any part of the of public impeachment hearings? Democrats 52% yes, 48% no, Republicans 44% yes, 56% no. Independents, the less to non-partisan's, the group of voters most likely to change their minds. 31% yes, 69% no. Hard to change someone's mind when they're not watching.https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/u9tu99dui5/econTabReport.pdf