The polls numbers are an interesting insight. For me, the last sentence in this article is the most telling.
Story by Susan Page and Emma Kinery
Just six months after his inauguration, Americans already are split down the middle, 42%-42%, over whether President Trump should be removed from office, a new USA TODAY/iMediaEthics Poll finds….
A third of those surveyed say they would be upset if Trump is impeached; an equal third say they would be upset if he's not….
Those findings, designed to measure the intensity of opinion, also show a perfect divide, 34%-34%.
In the poll, 44% approve of the job Trump is doing, 51% disapprove. His opposition is more intense than his support: 38% strongly disapprove of him; 22% strongly approve…
…The findings on impeachment are in the same neighborhood as other recent public polls. A Monmouth University Poll taken this month showed 41% supporting impeachment, 53% opposing it. A Public Policy Polling survey taken last month found 47% supporting impeachment, 43% opposing it. A Politico/Morning Consult Poll in May found a 43%-45% divide….
…Nearly seven in 10 Democrats say Trump should be impeached. So do 36% of independents and, perhaps surprisingly, 15% of Republicans…
…Support for impeachment is stronger among younger people than older ones; 51% of those under 35 but just 33% among those 50 and older say Trump should be removed from office. Women are more likely than men to back impeachment, 46% compared with 38%. There is also a racial and ethnic divide. Two-thirds of African-Americans and a majority of Hispanics back impeachment, compared with a third of whites….
…In the new poll, more than one in four, 27%, say Congress already has enough evidence to impeach Trump. Another 30% say there isn't sufficient evidence yet but predict there eventually will be from ongoing investigations…
…Only about a third of those surveyed, 31%, say there will never be enough evidence to justify removing Trump from office…”