A poll conducted by Ipsos and FiveThirtyEight shows that a majority (57 percent) of Americans think Trump committed an impeachable offense. The poll also indicates that only 47 percent of Americans favor removing the US President from office.
From the 538 article, they mention polling "the same group of respondents every two weeks." How or why does that matter? Who cares if the opinions of that sample group change over time? Plus how do they ensure they didn't have a biased group to begin with?
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