According to a new battleground survey from McLaughlin and Associates, 76% of Republicans in battleground states are less likely to vote for a Republican who supports the impeachment of President Trump.
The survey examined 800 battleground voters in key states from January 10-11.
The majority oppose both another impeachment attempt and Big Tech dramatically increasing censorship.
The memo, addressed to Trump team member Jason Miller, found 60 percent of all voters view impeachment, which Democrats plan to push in spite of the fact that proceedings will not begin until after he is already out of office, per Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) timeline, is “another waste of time and money.”
An even greater percentage, 77 percent, believe that Congress should prioritize dealing with the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, with less than a quarter preferring to prioritize impeaching Trump. Nearly three-fourths also believe that the efforts of the Democrats, to impeach Trump, are “politically motivated to prevent the President from running again, stripping his Secret Service protection, and preventing him from having a presidential Library.”
65% believe that by Pelosi and Biden continuing to attack the President, they are making things worse and keeping the country divided.
74% agree that if social media companies can take away the free speech rights of the President, they can do it to the rest of us.