A coalition of anti-war groups operating under the name After Downing Street put out a request Friday evening for donations to fund public opinion surveys by mainstream polling companies to measure support for impeachment proceedings against President Bush. The request had brought in $6,300 by Tuesday morning, putting the campaign more than half way to its goal of $10,000.
After Downing Street, its allies, and many bloggers have encouraged polling companies to ask about impeachment. Thus far, they have refused. Several including Zogby International -- have indicated that they will not do so (unless hired to do so) until there is action on the issue in Congress.
The campaign to raise funds for polling on impeachment is headquartered at this site, which includes background information:
AfterDowningStreet.org is a rapidly growing coalition of veterans' groups, peace groups, and political activist groups, which launched on May 26, 2005, a campaign to urge the U.S. Congress to begin a formal investigation into whether President Bush has committed impeachable offenses in connection with the Iraq war.