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Trump impeachment sees highest support ever in new poll  -  Independent

Impeaching Donald Trump is now more popular than ever, just a month after Democrats announced the inquiry into the president. A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows support for impeachment rising to 55 per cent of Americans, with 43 per cent disapproving. That marks a jump even from a week prior, when 51 per cent of Americans approved impeachment, while 45 per cent disapproved.
Beyond impeachment, Mr Trump's job approval dropped in the latest poll to 38 per cent, the first time it has dipped below 40 per cent since the inquiry began. His handling of the economy is split among Americans, with 48 per cent saying they approve of his handling of the economy while 48 per cent say they do not.

And, as the conflict in Syria has dominated most national coverage in the United States, the new poll shows just 35 per cent of Americans approve of his foreign policy efforts, and 60 per cent of voters disapprove of his decision to remove American troops from northern Syria -- leaving US-allied Kurds in jeopardy.

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