Here's the percentage of NYers who fires back, Trump removes, New Siena mediates

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According to a new poll in Siena, New Yorkers are in favor of dismissing President Donald Trump and then dismissing him.

The poll found New Yorkers support the House of Representatives prosecution and removal from the Senate with a margin of 55-38 percent. In total, 79 percent of Democrats supported the move, while 81 percent of New York Republicans opposed it. Independents were divided.

Voters argued with a margin of 60 percent to 34 percent that Trump had taken action requiring an investigation into the persecution, and with a margin of 62 percent to 34 percent, voters said the House was justified in conducting an investigation into the persecution.

"In these hyper-partner times, it's not particularly surprising that Republicans oppose the conquest and removal of Trump by 81-14 percent and Democrats support it by 79-13 percent, while independents have never relied so lightly - up to 49-47 percent -" said a Siena college interviewer. Steven Greenberg.

"Downtown suburban and white voters are closely separated on this issue, while New York's black, Latino and youth voters strongly support the recall of the president, as do many insurgents.

"As to whether the president's actions call for an indictment to be investigated, whether a plenary investigation into the persecution is justified, and whether voters trust Trump or Pelos more, Democrats are more intense against the president than Republicans support him. Independents depended on Democrats by almost twenty points on all these issues, "said Greenberg.

"Although the partisans are right in their corners, independent people see Democrats rather than Democrats in the investigation and actions of the President, but the Independents are not yet convinced that imprisonment is the right way to go."

You can find the Siena College survey here.
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