Majority supports removal of Trump from President’s office, SSRS poll reveals

Majority supports removal of Trump from President’s office, SSRS poll reveals

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The results of a poll conducted by the SSRS have been released on Monday. Remember, the SSRS is commissioned by CNN. The results indicated that the majority of the participants in the poll supported the removal of Donald Trump, the president of the United States of America, from his office through a Senate trial.

1156 Americans were sampled in the poll conducted by the SSRS. The results of the poll revealed that 51% of the participants supported the removal of Trump and 45% of the participants supported not to remove him. It was the first time when an SSRS/CNN poll resulted in the majority of the participants supported the removal of Trump from his office.

A poll was conducted in December 2019 as well. The results of that poll suggested that 45% of the participants supported the removal of Trump while 47% of the participants opposed the removal of Trump. According to the poll managers, the sampled Americans included 32% Democrats, 26% Republicans, and 42% independent members or members of other parties. The margin of error in Monday’s poll was 3.4%.

According to the poll managers, the support for the removal of Trump was within the margin of error. It was the first time when more than 50% of the participants supported the removal of Trump from his office through a Senate trial.

According to the statistics of the survey, 50% of the men voters approved Trump while 35% of the women voters approved Trump. It was the second-straight month when the approval rating of Trump remained 43%. The SSRS is an independent research company that is commissioned by CNN. The survey was conducted for CNN via telephone by the SSRS. A number of questions were asked from the participants of the survey by the SSRS. In the recent poll, 53% of the participants disapproved of Trump. The margin of error was 3.4% in the poll results released on Monday.

Managing editor of the Chicago Morning Star

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