A new poll of swing-state voters shows that Republican lawmakers who voted for a second impeachment of President Donald Trump might have done so at their own peril.
In a memo shared by the Washington Examiner on Tuesday, pollster John McLaughlin of McLaughlin & Associates sent Trump adviser Jason Miller a document outlining recent findings following the Capitol incursion on Jan. 6.
While Democrats and the establishment media are hailing the event as the end of Trump and the movement he created, the numbers tell a different story.
Voters are not being swayed by the effort to blame Trump for the actions of those who occupied the Capitol building.
In fact, the survey shows both generic Republicans and those identifying as supporters of President Trump said they would be less likely to vote for elected officials who voted to impeach Trump for a second time.
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