Most Democratic voters want Congress to pursue impeachment

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"66 of them percent voted for him according to our exit poll".

Trump embarked on his first foreign trip as USA president last Friday, which has taken him to Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Vatican, and Brussels - for the NATO Summit - amid swirling controversy over intelligence leaks and a probe into alleged ties with Russian Federation.

A week before, Trump had an approval rating of 41 percent and a disapproval rating of 53 percent. Only around a quarter of New Yorkers overall like the president's job performance, and 57 percent say he's doing a "poor job" in office, says Siena's Steve Greenberg.

But as interesting a story as those numbers tell - they are one of many ways this presidency is "historic" for all the wrong reasons - why so many Americans disapprove of Trump is at least as important as the fact that they do so.

On the impeachment question, 68 percent of Democrats said they were for the House of Representatives starting impeachment proceedings, while just 12 percent of Republicans agreed.

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Voters found that to be the case by a margin of 54-43 percent.

A majority of voters believe that President Donald Trump is abusing the powers of his office, according to a poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University.

A few potential issues white working class voters might have with the Trump presidency: 44 percent don't support the Republican health care bill backed by the former reality TV star and 50 percent thought he wouldn't actually get a wall built along the southern border of the US, one of his key promises during the campaign.

Voters were polled during a tumultuous week at the White House which saw the firing of Comey and the appointment of a special counsel to oversee the Russian Federation investigation.

Pollsters also found that voters are most strongly concerned about government spending, with 80 percent saying they were very concerned.