REPORT: Iowa voters split on Trump impeachment, poll shows

JANUARY 12, 2020

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Iowa voters are almost equally divided over the House’s move to impeach President Trump and make him just the third president in U.S. history to face removal by the Senate, according to a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll.

The survey, released late Saturday, found that 45 percent of registered Iowa voters disapprove of the House impeachment of Trump, while 43 percent support it. The opinions divide strongly along partisan lines, with 87 percent of Democrats supporting impeachment and 90 percent of Republican respondents opposing it.

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Forty-eight percent of independent respondents said they disapproved the House’s move to impeach Trump while 39 percent said they approved it. Seventy-two percent of Iowa voters said in the new poll that it is “not OK” for a presidential candidate to try to gain an advantage over a political rival by seeking help from foreign nations. The survey shows that a majority of Democrats (92 percent), independents (73 percent) and Republicans (59 percent) share that view.

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