- Law Cases
by John Charlton
(Dec. 10, 2009) — Public Policy Polling, a liberal polling company which has a reputation for predicting the election outcomes in swing states, has published a new poll showing that 20% of all voters and 35% of all Republicans are in favor of initiating proceedings to impeach Barack Hussein Obama.
The results are unprecedented in the history of the United States for an occupant of the White House whose policies alone have made him odious to the nation.
The poll indicated that 50% of voters are opposed to the Health Care Bill, while only 32% are in favor of it. And 90% of those who oppose it, do so because it is based on an exaggerated notion of Federal power.
Considering the following comments from PPP regarding their own poll:
Finally 20% of voters, including 35% of Republicans, support impeaching Obama for his actions so far. I’m not clear exactly what ‘high crimes and misdemeanors’ they are using to justify that position but there may be a certain segment of voters on both the right and the left these days that simply think the President doing things they don’t agree with is grounds for removal from office. I don’t think Obama has a lot to worry about on that front.
The percentages who want Obama impeached are probably much higher, since a polling company so lacking in impartiality in reporting their results, is probably just as lacking in impartiality in crafting questions for a poll.
The Post & Email previously published an analysis of the Ramussen polls, which indicate that Obama’s support is plummeting so fast, and anger towards him risign so fast, that he might in all likelihood be ousted by an Orange Revolution by July of 2011.