Less than half of Americans supported the decision of the US Senate to acquit President Donald Trump in the impeachment case. This on Thursday, February 6, according to a sociological survey conducted by the Ipsos service commissioned by Reuters.
According to a February 5 study, among thousands of Americans, about 43% of respondents support the decision of senators, 41% of the citizens opposed, the rest did not give a definite answer.
At the same time, about 39% of the survey participants agreed with the opinion that the president is innocent, and the Senate made the right decision. About 48% considered themselves to be opponents of this position, and 13% of respondents could not give an answer.
According to the results of the opinion poll, about 43% of respondents adhere to democratic views, and 38% sympathize with the Republicans. 8% of people did not define their political views.
February 4, according to a study by the Gallup Public Opinion Institute, the percentage of people who support Trump was 49%.
On February 5, the Senate acquitted the American president of the impeachment case on two counts of charges in the trial.