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Americans expect President Trump to get roughed up in a House impeachment but soldier on to win reelection, according to the latest [Zogby Analytics] poll on the White House crisis.
The article goes on to state the following:
- Likely voters, 53% to 40%, support the House impeachment inquiry.
- By a margin of 47%-41%, they support impeachment.
- And by a wide gap of 46% to 33%, voters “believe President Trump will win re-election in 2020.”
Pollster Jonathan Zogby said, “Maybe this is the perfect storm for a Trump win in 2020. He has survived every crisis imaginable, and maybe he will become the first president to be impeached and reelected. Sounds crazy, but in the case of Donald Trump, not that crazy.”
— Henry Aldredge (@HenryAldredge) October 11, 2019
Zogby Poll: Voters think President Trump will be re-elected https://t.co/0kEFuuDiKb
— Ron’s Design (@Ronsdesign) October 9, 2019
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