New York, NY, June 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Nearly two-thirds of university professors think Donald Trump will be impeached, based on a Faculty Row survey from more than 600 university professors, according to Jeffrey Finder, founder of Faculty Row’s academic network.
Faculty Row surveyed its members from (May 17th-25th, 2017) and it received a total of 618 responses. Of those who responded, 63% believe Donald Trump will be impeached. More specifically, of those who responded and thought he would be impeached 33% thought he would be impeached within the next six months, whereas another 34% said it would be within 6-12 months.
David Schultz, Professor of Political Science at Hamline University in St Paul, Minnesota, who helped develop the survey for Faculty Row, said: “Across a wide range of disciplines, there is a belief among many university faculty that President Trump’s performance in office, especially as it relates to alleged connections with the Russian government, is increasingly making it more and more likely that he will be impeached. What is remarkable is that the survey was done even before the more recent and damaging allegations came to light about Trump, Jared Kushner, and other members of his administration, suggesting that the predication of impeachment might be even greater now among faculty.”
David Schultz is the author/editor of more than 30 books and 150 articles on American politics, including his most recent Presidential Swing States: Why Only Ten Matter. He has a regular blog on American politics located at http://schultzstake.blogspot.com/, and recently did a blog describing the conditions under which and why Donald Trump could be impeached.
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