The left-leaning Public Policy Polling has found an overwhelming support from Texas Republicans to impeach President Obama.
What’s even more intriguing is the amount of minorities who support the idea, with 15 percent of Texas’ blacks and 30 percent of the state’s Hispanics saying they’d vote for impeachment.
The poll found that 67 percent of the state’s Republicans support impeachment, and shockingly, 12 percent of Democrats are in favor of ousting the newly reelected president.
The poll also found that the older you are in the Lone Star State, the more likely you are to want Mr. Obama impeached. About 46 percent of residents 65 or older support the idea.
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