GOP approval rises as Dem approval FALLS in post-impeachment poll

In impeachment, there are no do-overs

By Jon Dougherty

(TNS) Democrats’ rush to impeach President Donald Trump didn’t work out so well for the party politically, according to a new Gallup survey.



In fact, the effort had exactly the opposite effect.



As reported by The Hill, Gallup found that, post-impeachment, Republican favorability ratings rose while those for the Garbage Party fell:

A new Gallup poll finds congressional Republicans with a higher approval rating than Democrats in the wake of President Trump‘s impeachment and acquittal in the Senate.

Republicans get a 40 percent approval rating, compared to 35 percent for Democrats.

The Gallup poll found that since October, shortly after Democrats launched the impeachment inquiry, the approval rating for Republicans in the Gallup poll has gone up six points, from 34 percent to 40 percent. Democrats saw their approval rating fall over the same period from 38 percent to 35 percent. 

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The disapproval rating in the Gallup poll for Democrats rose, from 57 percent to 62 percent.

Here’s another significant finding: Since Gallup began its polling of lawmakers in 1999, Democrats have “tended to have a higher approval rating” than the GOP, The Hill noted, citing the results.

Translation: Not only did Democrats harm their brand by rushing through an impeachment despite the fact that the president never committed any crimes, they managed to destroy two decades’ worth of favorability.

And in an election year too, no less.

Also noteworthy: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s favorability rating rose to 33 percent, the highest for the Kentucky Republican since Gallup began measuring his rating in 2010.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s rating is higher — 39 percent — but her negatives rose from 50 to 55 percent.


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One other note especially for our Utah friends: Sen. Mitt Romney’s approval rating did not change, but that’s because he got higher support from Democrats for his lone GOP vote to convict Trump during the Senate impeachment trial.

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The majority of Americans aren’t screaming assfaggots or trannypedos—despite what your satanic tv programming tells you.

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It is not outside the realm of possibilities that China could be right – The CoronaVirus really did originate from San Francisco’s streets – carried to their country by international travelers to and fro, who happened upon the bilge,fecal matter and drug apparatus from cesspool ‘San Francisco’. Then, later mutated into a defense (although in it’s early stages as such) that is trying so hard to actually save humanity from such filth.

in other words, the virus is confused right now in it’s early stages.

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It ought to be clear the demon-seed party has zero chance of winning in 2020.

President Trump will keep making America great.

All you leftists should go live in Wakanda, or some other made up rainbow-colored unicorn Fartopia.

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