A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday found 55 percent of U.S. voters support the House's impeachment inquiry of President Trump, a jump of 4 percentage points from Quinnipiac's previous poll, released just last week; 43 percent disapprove. A 48 percent plurality of voters want Trump impeached and removed from office, Quinnipiac found, while 46 percent disagree; last week, those numbers were reversed. Trump's job approval in the new poll was 38 percent, tying for a record low net approval. In FiveThirtyEight's poll aggregation, support for the impeachment inquiry is now at 51.1 percent, with 42.7 percent not supportive, while 48.7 percent back impeaching Trump and/or removing him from office versus 43.4 percent who don't. Quinnipiac's poll, conducted Oct. 17-21 among 1,587 registered voters, has a margin of error of ±3.1 percentage points.

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