According to recent polling by Rasmussen Reports, a majority of American voters, 52% to be precise, believe that President Joe Biden has committed impeachable offenses. These offenses, which include the alleged involvement of the IRS, FBI whistleblowers, and former business partners of Hunter Biden, have raised concerns among the public.
Interestingly, despite the decline in the number of people supporting impeachment since the spring, where explosive revelations have come to light, the sentiment remains strong. Out of the 52% who believe impeachment is warranted, 37% feel it is "very likely" that President Biden has committed high crimes and misdemeanors.
However, when it comes to Congress initiating impeachment proceedings, the numbers shift. Only 38% of respondents believe that Congress should start the impeachment process, marking a decrease of four points since May. On the other hand, 47% of voters oppose impeachment.
This survey showcases the complexities and differing opinions among American voters. While a majority believes in the possibility of impeachable acts, there is a divide when it comes to taking concrete action. The current political landscape and ongoing debates will continue to shape public sentiment and the path forward.