Democrats say Americans want Trump impeached - here's what new poll says

Posted January 12, 2018

President Donald Trump on Thursday morning tweeted about a recent Quinnipiac poll that found 66% of U.S. voters thought the economy was in good or excellent shape, but the same poll also gave him low marks for mental fitness.

A new poll from Quinnipiac University says some 53 percent of American voters believe President Donald Trump is intelligent, but 57 percent say he is not fit to serve as president. "Something noble about the presidency", former CBS news anchor Dan Rather told Salon in November.

"Looking at immigration, voters insist emphatically, 'Don't dash the dream.' Voters say that immigrants who were brought here as kids should be allowed to live out their adult lives here as citizens", said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac poll.

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President Donald Trump on Thursday touted the results of a Quinnipiac University poll released a day earlier, which show that 66% of voters think the US economy is "excellent" or "good".

Asked to grade Trump's first year in office, 43 percent gave Trump an A, B or C. Thirty-nine percent gave him an F, while 17 percent gave him a D.

Another 45 percent said that Democrats should begin impeachment proceedings if they regain the House.

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Results from the poll also revealed that 37 per cent of voters feel Trump's policies were helping the economy, compared to the 29 per cent that said his policies were hurting the economy.

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In a series of tweets a day after the book was released, Trump lashed out, saying "throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart" and later adding that he's a "very stable genius".

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