Majority think Trump will be reelected in 2020, poll shows

WASHINGTON DC- MAY 09 Rep. Rashida Tlaib speaks during an event with activist groups to deliver over ten million petition signatures to Congress urging the U.S. House of Representatives to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald T

WASHINGTON DC- MAY 09 Rep. Rashida Tlaib speaks during an event with activist groups to deliver over ten million petition signatures to Congress urging the U.S. House of Representatives to start impeachment proceedings against President Donald T

Joe Biden's campaign manager touts former vice president's broad and diverse coalition of support; Peter Doocy reports. Lewandowski was charged today in Jupiter, Florida with misdemeanor battery.

"With Donald Trump out of the way, you're going to see a number of my Republican colleagues have an epiphany".

Less than half of voters - 47% - said they support the House's voting to impeach Mr. Trump, according to the Politico/Morning Consult poll. Thirty-four percent said they didn't think Trump would win reelection and 10 percent weren't sure.

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Although it is only Gase's first year in NY if his team continues to underperform it might very well be his last. Through eight games in NY - and throughout his career - however, Gase has proven to be the total opposite.

Further findings highlighted the partisan nature of the impeachment inquiry, with 60 percent of Americans saying Democrats are "more interested in finding ways to bring down Trump" than pursuing facts and 61 percent indicating that Republicans are "more interested in finding ways to defend Trump".

Additionally, pollsters found excitement over the election to be exceedingly high. Democrats were most likely to say they are hopeful (26 percent) and anxious (24 percent) about the election, while Republicans were most likely to say they are hopeful (19 percent) and confident (17 percent) about the election. Forty-three percent said they oppose impeachment, a tick up from the 41% in that previous survey. While 51 percent support the idea of the House conducting an inquiry, public trust in the inquiry remains relatively low.

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