Only 6% of Iowa Voters Rank Impeachment a Top Concern, Defying Media Narrative


The constant posturing of the Democratic Party’s impeachment fight has led the left side of the aisle down a dark and desolate path.

Progressives the nation over are now clinging furiously to the hope that they will somehow be impeaching and removing Donald Trump from office, which is seen by many as merely the latest maneuver in their quest to nullify the 2016 election.  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement of a “formal impeachment inquiry” has sparked a mania among the Democratic masses which, predictably, has thrown the mainstream media into a tizzy as well.

Several polls over the course of the last two weeks have shown what appears to be a slight uptick in support for the impeachment of Donald Trump, but that does that mean that it’s the most important matter on the minds of the voting public?

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Not by a long shot.

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Impeachment of President Donald Trump is the top issue for only six percent of registered voters in Iowa, according to a recent poll — a small percentage compared to the amount of attention the House Democrats are giving the issue.

The new poll by Iowa Emerson College showed that only six percent of registered voters in Iowa said impeachment was their top issue. In comparison, 33 percent said the economy was the top issue, 19 percent said health care, and ten percent said social issues.

Even among just Democrats, 25 percent said health care was the most important issue, 17 percent said the economy, and 14 percent said the environment. Among Republicans, 55 percent said the economy was the most important issue, 14 percent said immigration. Among independents, 27 percent said the economy was the most important issue and 24 percent said health care.

This sort of meager support among voters also serves to demonstrate that the mainstream media is doing their damnedest in order to push the idea on the unwilling masses, playing a game of political perception in order to advance the leftist narrative.

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