New poll finds that overwhelming number of Democrats and even some Republicans say that they would give up alcohol for the rest of their lives if Trump would be impeached tomorrow.
A drug and alcohol rehab group published an interesting survey on Thursday finding that “Over 73 percent of Democrats and 17 percent of Republicans would give up alcohol forever if it meant
President Trump would be impeached tomorrow.”
However, the survey also found that “nearly 31 percent of Republicans would give up drinking if it meant the media stopped writing negative things about the
To put this in context, asked what they were willing to give up for a month instead of alcohol 65.5 percent said they were willing to give up going to the movies, 50 percent social media, 47.5 percent coffee, 37.6 percent sugar, 29.6 percent television, 17.1 percent sex, 13.1 percent a phone, and a whopping 10.5 percent their car.
Ironically, The Hill reports that: “Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) formally introduced an article of impeachment against President Trump on Wednesday, accusing the president of obstructing justice during the investigation of Russia’s 2016 election interference. It was the first time a lawmaker had offered an impeachment article against Trump.”
Rasmussen Reports, who consistently give Trump much higher approval ratings than other polling organizations, found that 44 percent of likely voters approve of Trump’s job performance with 56 percent disapproving in their Thursday Daily Presidential Tracking Poll.
Rasmussen adds that “The latest figures for Trump include 27% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 46% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -19.”
Those findings, published by Detox.net, was the result of a survey of 1,013 “active alcohol drinkings” – “defined as anyone who has had a least one alcoholic drink within the past year.”
Men and women from the U.S. were asked a variety of questions related to what they were willing to give up in exchange for going on the wagon.