Nearly two thirds of Americans (65.5%) believe that if the accusations can be proven, President Trump should be impeached by the Congress.
SARASOTA, Fla. (PRWEB) November 30, 2017
Nearly 3 in 5 Americans (58.1%) believe that the women accusing President Trump of sexually harassing or assaulting them, “are telling the truth.”
This finding is based on a survey designed by Murat Haner of the University of South Florida Sarasota Manatee and Teresa C. Kulig and Francis T. Cullen of the University of Cincinnati. The survey was conducted by YouGov America between October 17-24, 2017 and polled a national probability sample of 1,000 Americans.
According to the research team, the four key results of the survey are:
Who is telling the truth—President Trump or his accusers?
- Nearly 3 in 5 Americans (58.1%) believe that “the women are telling the truth when they reported that Mr. Trump sexually harassed or assaulted them.” Nearly 7 in 10 (69.7%) stated that it was unlikely or highly unlikely that all the women were lying.
Why did the women wait so long to report these incidents?
- Two thirds of Americans (67.9%) believe that the women did not report the incidents because “they are afraid” of “powerful men, like Mr. Trump,” and believe that “nothing will be done.”
Were President Trump’s comments to Bully Bush recorded on the Access Hollywood tape only locker-room talk or an admission of guilt?
- More than 6 in 10 Americans (62.4%) believe that, “Mr. Trump was admitting that he sexually assaulted women,” just as the women who accused him of doing.
What should happen if the accusations of the sexual misconduct of President Trump against the women could be proven?
- Nearly two thirds of Americans (65.5%) believe that if the accusations can be proven, President Trump should be impeached by the U.S. Congress.
For a more detailed report of the findings, please click on the link!