The poll, which was released Sunday morning, found that 55 percent in the U.S. support an impeachment inquiry.
More than half of the people in the United States approve for the House of Representatives to move forward with an official impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, according to a new CBS News survey conducted by YouGov.
The poll, which was released Sunday morning, found that 55 percent in the U.S. support an impeachment inquiry, with 35 percent strongly approving and 20 percent somewhat approving the move, with a sample of almost 2,100 adults.
Almost nine in 10 Democrats approve of the inquiry, and two-thirds strongly approve. While most Republicans call his actions proper or, even if improper, still legal as seven in ten believe Trump just did what other presidents have done in the past, according to CBS.
On Sept. 26, Politico/Morning Consult released data which shows that public support for impeachment is now at the highest point of Trump’s presidency, with voters evenly split on the decision.