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Poll: Plurality Of Ohio Voters Support Impeaching Trump

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Peter Hasson Senior Reporter

A plurality of Ohio voters support impeaching President Donald Trump, a new poll reveals.

Forty-seven percent of voters in the key swing state support impeaching Trump, while 43% oppose impeachment, according to an Emerson College poll released Thursday. Ten percent of voters in the poll were unsure about impeachment.

Among independent voters, 45% of voters oppose impeaching the president, while 44% support impeachment.

Thirty-three percent of voters in the poll identified the economy as the most important issue going into the election, while 19% said health care is the most important issue, and 14% said social issues. (RELATED: 9 Radical Policies 2020 Democrats Are Putting On The Table)

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The Emerson poll also showed Trump trailing the three Democratic frontrunners for president.

Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders both lead Trump 53% to 47% among Ohio voters, according to the poll, while Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren leads Trump 52% to 48%.

Emerson surveyed 837 voters over the phone and online for the poll, which had a margin of error of plus or minus 3.3 percentage points.

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