This long, expensive and drawn-out impeachment process isn’t changing anyone’s mind.
And a recent poll says that nothing anyone can say will change that.
No matter which party you fall under.
The NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll is proving something we’ve known all along.
Half of Americans approve of the inquiry. Meaning the other half doesn’t.
They’re also split on whether they think Trump should be impeached.
But what’s surprising is this:
65% of Americans say they can’t imagine ANY information (or circumstance) during the inquiry where they might change their minds or their positions.
And that’s overall.
Republicans are a bit firmer in their stance.
73% of them said nothing would move them from their opinion.
For Democrats, that number was 68%.
The poll was conducted from November 11-15.
So, it covers times before, during and after the testimony of the first three witnesses.
Find out more about what the poll shared about the mindsets of voters heading into 2020.
Read more here.