DATA: Americans Reject Impeachment, Slam Big Tech Censorship Of Trump

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A new voter survey from McLaughlin & Associates reveals Americans overwhelmingly oppose the U.S. House of Representatives impeaching President Trump and big tech’s moves to censor the sitting president. 

The survey of 800 battleground voters “matches the actual turnout from the November 3 election” and took place on January 10th and 11th.

Concerning impeachment, 48 percent of Republican, Democrat, and Independent voters are “less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes to impeach the President.”

The number is especially high among Republicans, as “80 percent of Trump voters and 76 percent of Republicans are less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes for impeachment.”

What’s more, 60 percent of voters view impeachment as a “waste of time and money,” and, similarly, 77 percent of all voters feel “dealing with Coronavirus” should take precedence.

“74 percent of all voters agree that efforts by Pelosi and the Democrats to try to impeach the President after Joe Biden was 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,” the study adds.

On the issue of big tech’s censorship of President Trump, 74 percent feel that “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.”

As a result, 70 percent of voters agree that companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Amazon “have too much power and need to be regulated to protect the freedoms and privacy of Americans.”

The poll also finds that President Trump retains a 49 percent job approval rating in the battleground states and that the “generic vote for Congress favors the Republicans over the Democrats 49%-42%.”


Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is an Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and contributor to The National Pulse podcast.