Nearly a year and a half after Biden's presidency, his dissatisfaction with his performance in response to his administration's failures on the foreign, domestic and economic agendas continues, and Republicans are expected to win a landslide victory in the November midterm elections.
According to Sputnik, if Republicans take control of the US House of Representatives in the 2022 midterm elections, more than two-thirds of Republicans believe that President Joe Biden should be impeached; While the total number of Americans who share this view has reached one-third of the population.
According to a recent Yogau poll commissioned by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 68 percent of Republicans want Biden's impeachment by Republican-controlled Congress. At the same time, just over a third of the 1,000 respondents (34%) believe that the Republican-controlled House should impeach Biden. Sixty-six percent of conservatives want the president to be accused by Congress of treason, bribery, or other crimes as defined by the constitution.
The poll also found that 44 percent of respondents answered yes, and more than half of Republicans (53 percent) agreed.
"Tatishe Netta, an associate professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and the director of the survey, said of the results:
The decision to impeach a president was seen as the last resort to control the president when it violated the boundaries of our laws, values and morals. Today, impeachment is no longer the final option, but one of the weapons used during the era of extreme party polarization to prevail over party opponents. Voices are likely to be louder if and when the Republican Party takes control of the US House of Representatives in 2022, according to a number of Republicans in Congress calling for Biden's impeachment.
According to the report, the poll also shows high levels of eagerness to vote in the midterm elections, with Republican voters slightly higher than Democrats. According to the results, on a scale of 0 to 100, Republicans rated their excitement about the midterm elections at 79 percent, while Democrats believe they are 73 percent excited.