We at Civiqs are tracking impeachment sentiments, and holy shit look at the trends:
Now, it’s hard to see, because it’s all bunched up at the end, but on September 23, sentiment was running against impeachment by a 45 support-48 opposed margin. With yesterday’s numbers calculated, we’re now at 49 in support, 45 opposed—a seven-point shift in just four days (we were updating this chart every other day. From here on out, updates will be daily).
The shift we see in public support matches other public polling, so nothing here is out of the polling mainstream, we just get to see it in greater granularity than anyone else.
So where is this new support coming from? Republicans are a net +4 on the question, now at 8-91. Democrats are also up net 4, to 86-6 (which suggests a great deal of room to grow there). But it’s Independents who have swing wildly, from firmly opposed at 40-52, to being in favor 48-45—a net shift of 15 points.
Go ahead and take a look yourself at the chart, and see what other interesting shifts among the various demographics you can find. (For example, compare white women to white men, and remember how suburban white women are the sole swing demographic this election cycle.)