Rep. Hakeem Jeffries says House Democrats don't want to impeach Trump

Hugh Fox
May 1, 2018

"Two years ago, young white people favored Democrats over Republicans for Congress by a margin of 47 to 33 percent; that gap vanished by this year, with 39 percent supporting each party", the analysis said. He also argues that public secondary schools must better prepare students to find jobs without attending college.

The online survey of more than 16,000 registered voters ages 18 to 34 shows their support for Democrats over Republicans for Congress slipped by about 9 percentage points over the past two years, to 46 percent overall.

The numbers were nearly identical to last month's special election, in a southwestern Pennsylvania district where Democrats had not hit 40 percent in the past five elections, declining to field a candidate in 2014 and 2016.

In addition, those polled are increasingly saying the GOP is better with the economy, Reuters reported. He noted that impeachment should be held until - and if - there is strong bipartisan support to remove Trump from office, which would likely come if there are solid findings that Donald Trump colluded with Russian Federation.

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Congressional Democrats don't want to impeach President Trump if they win control of the House this fall, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries said Sunday.

But that doesn't mean they feel the same way about all Republicans - and that also doesn't mean Democratic congressional candidates will get their votes, Reuters noted.

What does a political science professor have to say about the poll's findings?

"They're easier to convince than, say, your 50- or 60-year-olds who don't really change their minds very often", he added to the outlet.

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One millennial they may not be able to count on is Terry Hood, 34, an African-American who works at a Dollar General store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and participated in this year's poll.

"They're not as wedded to one party", he said. He finds it "strange" to even mutter these words but noticed that the recent tax cuts have led to the government "taking less taxes" out of his paycheck.

What else did the poll say?

"It gathered about 65,000 responses in all during the first three months of 2018 and 2016, including 16,000 registered voters between the ages of 18 and 34 and almost 11,000 registered white millennial voters". While the Democrats tout environment and social justice as key draws, the millennials who spoke to Reuters want mainly one thing: a stable economy.

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For the past month, Republican Secretary of State Wayne Williams has been rolling out an educational campaign to make sure the state's largest population of voters - those who don't choose a political party - know they can participate in the primaries, and to help ensure they don't spoil their ballots by trying cast more than one in June.

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