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NBC Asks Voters About Impeachment, Backfires Immediately


NBC News recently talked to voters in the swing states of Minnesota, New Hampshire and South Carolina, asking them about what their opinions are on the Democrats' new impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

“People out there don’t talk about impeachment a lot at any events,” National Review Editor Rich Lowry revealed to far-left NBC host Chuck Todd. “It doesn’t come up.”


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“We went out and tried to find some voters, guys, to talk about impeachment,” Todd said. “We had to bring it up to them.”

Check out what the voters had to say to NBC News:

JIM BAIRD (Minnesota): And I think it’s a waste of time and they’re a bunch of little kids fighting and not accomplishing what the hell they’re elected for.
GRAY CHYNOWETH (New Hampshire): And I think we have a system of checks and balances. And the way it should work is that, you know, the House and the Senate should do what is set out in the Constitution.
TRACY VEILLETTE (South Carolina): I read the document and there was absolutely nothing concerning to me from one president to another. It was absolutely appropriate.

Todd was clearly surprised with what everyday people were saying.

WATCH:

There is also data to back up the fact that swing state voters clearly do not care about the bogus impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.

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According to a new poll released by the New York Times, President Donald Trump is in a statistical tie with former Vice President Joe Biden and is beating Senator Elizabeth Warren in the majority of battleground states. If swing state voters thought the impeachment inquiry made the President look bad, these numbers would not be so close.

Democratic strategists say that the poll is "terrifying" because it shows that the President is favorable with likely voters in states such as North Carolina and Michigan. He is also barely behind Biden in states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Florida which should be very worrisome for Democrats.

What this means is that the President is in a statistical tie with Biden in all battleground states except for North Carolina.

A new Emerson poll portrays a similar situation, showing that voters in the swing state of Iowa, don't at all care about the impeachment inquiry.

“The most important issue for voters in Iowa in deciding for whom to vote for president is the economy at 33%, followed by healthcare at 19%, and social issues at 10%,” the poll said. “Impeachment ranked seven out of nine at 6%, ahead of education at 5% and foreign policy at 3%.”

Another poll, as reported by Breitbart, shows that only  “36 percent of respondents support the House voting to remove the president, while 22 percent say Congress should continue with its impeachment inquiry but should not vote to remove him. Further, 37 percent say lawmakers should end their impeachment probe, while four percent remain undecided on the matter."

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