After the first two public impeachment hearings, House Democrats say they are at peace with poll numbers showing their efforts haven’t won over large swaths over voters.
“I think people would be very poorly served if they’re counting on polls today,” Virginia Democratic Rep. Bobby Scott told the Washington Examiner. “They’ll change. You have to take a very deliberate approach. Do what you think is the right thing. And then whatever the polls say later on, they’ll say, ‘I don’t think you can count on polls to be at all reliable.’ More information is going to come out.”