The Democrats may soon regret their impeachment push.
Swing voters are watching and they are not impressed. Who would be?
This is according to new information obtained through a focus group.
Exclusive — Focus Group Data Show Impeachment Flopping with Swing Voters, 2020 Democrat Leftist Lurch Unpopular
New focus group data collected by a key group supporting President Donald Trump show that Democrats are losing ground with swing voters when it comes to their impeachment agenda—and when it comes to presidential candidates’ leftist policies.
America First Policies, the president’s official Super PAC, gave Breitbart News on Monday an exclusive sneak peek at findings from its focus group work nationwide in the last month. The organization has now conducted 18 separate focus groups in nine different American cities since late October.
Those cities include Des Moines, Iowa, Orlando, Florida, Charlotte, North Carolina, Phoenix, Arizona, Miami, Florida, Atlanta, Georgia, Columbus, Ohio, Detroit, Michigan, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. America First Policies has gathered 36 total hours of focus group data from the participants, all of whom are independents or swing voters in their respective cities.
The biggest takeaway from all the groups, including one in Pittsburgh thatwas conducted after the first House Intelligence Committee public impeachment hearing last Wednesday that featured State Department officials Bill Taylor and George Kent, is that swing voters are not being moved in the slightest against Trump by the impeachment narrative Democrats are offering.
Swing state voters are also turned off by some of the issues being pushed by Democratic candidates.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Sixty-two percent of swing voters say ‘Medicare for all’ is a ‘bad idea’
As Sen. Elizabeth Warren keeps digging herself deeper into her support for a “Medicare for all” branded plan that would effectively eliminate private insurance, a new poll finds that 62% of swing voters in key states see it as a “bad idea.”
The Cook Political Report and the Kaiser Family Foundation teamed up to survey voters in four states that could decide the 2020 presidential election: Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin…
Near the bottom of the list, however, was “A national Medicare-for-all plan that would eliminate private insurance.” Just 36% of swing voters expressed support for the idea, and 62% opposed it.
Democrats are doing this to themselves.