My message to my fellow Americans and friends around the world following this week's attack on the Capitol. pic.twitter.com/blOy35LWJ5— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) January 10, 2021
Daily Beast: A majority of Americans would like to see President Donald Trump removed from office before Jan. 20, when President-elect Joe Biden will be sworn in, according to a new poll by ABC News/IPSOS.
The survey also found that two-thirds of Americans hold him directly responsible for the deadly insurrection on Capitol Hill last Wednesday.
The poll found that 56 percent of Americans want him gone, while just 43 percent say he should stay in place. Of those who do not see the need for his removal, 45 percent did say his actions last week were wrong.
As expected, the poll reflects the sharp party divisions with 94 percent of Democrats and 13 percent of Republicans expressing a desire for his removal. A majority—58 percent—of independents also want him gone, according to the poll.
And from the Guardian:
A majority of Americans believes Donald Trump should be removed from power before Joe Biden is sworn in to replace him, according to a poll released on Sunday.
In the survey by ABC News and Ipsos, 56% of respondents said Trump should be removed before inauguration day, 20 January.
A higher number, 67%, held Trump responsible for the violence at the US Capitol this week which left five people dead.
ABC/Ipsos poll:— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) January 10, 2021
67% believe President Trump deserves a great deal/good amount of blame for the rioting in DC.
56% support removal. https://t.co/5uxZtEPwZU
At the Ellipse near the White House on Wednesday, the president told supporters to “fight like hell” to overturn an election defeat he claims without evidence was caused by voter fraud.
56% in ABC-Ipsos poll back removal before inauguration.Majority of Americans want Trump out before Biden takes over, poll says https://t.co/dYb5jxV7BL— Javier Solana (@javiersolana) January 10, 2021
Shortly after that a mob broke into the Capitol, smashing, stealing and confronting law enforcement.