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Impeachment Polls, Then and Now

Via Andrew Sullivan, Eric Kleefeld reports on recent polls of whether Americans favor impeachment proceedings against President Bush and Vice President Cheney. Via The Crossed Pond, Ana Marie Cox digs up comparable pre-impeachment numbers for President Clinton.

The bottom line is that 36 percent of Americans favored impeachment hearings for Clinton in 1998. Today, 45 percent of Americans favor impeachment hearings for Bush, and 54 percent for Cheney.

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