WASHINGTON – Support for the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s dealings in Ukraine continue to grow, as does support for his removal from office, a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesdayfound.
A 55% majority of registered voters said they approved of the inquiry, while 43% said they disapproved. A week ago, 51% of voters said they approved and 45% disapproved. Quinnipiac has found support for the inquiry to be in the low-50% range since it was announced at the end of September
Among independents polled, 58% support the inquiry and 37% oppose it. And 49% of independents favor removing Trump from office, while 41% oppose it.
A CNN poll released Tuesday found 50% of Americans think Trump should be removed from office, up from September, when support for his removal was at 47%.