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85% of Democrats are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports impeachment.

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The poll of 850 Pennsylvania panelists via internet interview by the Zogby organization was run on January 26th and 27th.

The exact question was:

34. How likely would you be to vote for a candidate who supports having impeachment proceedings against President Bush - very likely, somewhat likely, or not likely?

1. Very likely 2. Somewhat likely
3. Not likely 4. Not sure

In the poll, 85% of Democrats reported they would be more likely to vote for a candidate who supports impeachment.

49.3% of independents would be more likely to support a candidate who Supports impeachment, while 40.6% of independents would be less likely to vote for a candidate who supports impeachment.
90.4% of Republicans ae less likely to support a candidate who supports impeachment.

70% of divorced, widowed and separated are more likely.

75% of people in civil unions are more likely.

55% of married people are less likely

59% of women are more likely and 34% less likely

60% of men are less likely and 35% are more likely.

59% of large city dwellers are more likely
62% of rural dwellers are less likely

76% of Born agains, 63% of Catholics and 53% of Protestants are less likely.

64% of people who go to religious services more than once a week are less likely
64% of people who never go to religious services are more likely.

97% of progressives, 95% of liberals and 55% of moderates are more likely.
98 % of very conservatives and 96% of conservatives are less likely.

56% of union members are more likely
76% of NASCAR fans are less likely.

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