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February 2009: Air America Poll: 90% Want Bush Crimes Investigation.
February 2009: Americans want torture prosecutions.
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February 20, 2008: American Research Group finds record low approval rating of 19 percent for Bush.
November 13, 2007: American Research Group publishes serious poll on impeachment of Cheney and Bush.
November 12, 2007: Republican pollster Rasmussen does poll on impeaching Cheney.
October 31, 2007: Vermonters: 64% say impeach Cheney, 61% say impeach Bush
September 19, 2007: Pew's Putrid Excuse for Refusing to Poll on Impeachment
September 6, 2007: Zogby claims 32% for impeachment of Bush or Cheney or both.
July 16, 2007: Members of Northeast Democratic Club of Los Angeles 78% for impeaching Bush and Cheney.
July 10, 2007: USA Today/ Gallup claims 36% for impeaching Bush.
July 9, 2007: Democrats.com Poll Finds Libby Commutation Boosted Support for Impeachment.
July 6 2007: American Research Group wouldn't take our money a month ago and now did a poll on their own dime and found that 54% of Americans want Cheney impeached, while 40% do not. THIS WAS THE FIRST POLL EVER DONE ON IMPEACHING CHENEY.
July 6, 2007: Rightwing pollster again claims 39% for impeaching Bush.
June 4, 2007: American Research Group refuses to poll, even for money.
May 30, 2007: Harris refuses to poll on impeachment, even for money.
May 29, 2007: Ipsos refuses to poll on impeachment, even for money.
May 8, 2007: Rightwing pollster finds 39 percent want both Bush and Cheney impeached. Here's an analysis.
Oct. 24, 2006: Newsweek finds majority favors impeachment.
Sept. 9, 2006: CNN Plays With Lies and Statistics.
July 23, 2006: A blog summarizes our polling.
June 1, 2006: Bush considered worst president.
May 23, 2006: Zogby poll finds Impeachment #1 cure for distrust of government.
May 22, 2006: Fox News poll.
May 11, 2006: New Poll Results from Zogby. (49% of Pennsylvanians want Cheney impeachment investigation).
April 11, 2006: Washington Post FINALLY Polls on Censure and Impeachment.
March 18, 2006: Newsweek does poll without us having to pay for it: Results.
March 17, 2006: Finally somebody did a poll without us paying for it: American Research Group Poll.
Jan. 31, 2006: MyDD Posts Results.
Jan. 27, 2006: OpEd News Releases Results.
Jan. 26, 2006: OpEd News does polling inspired by our efforts.
Jan. 16, 2006: We've purchased our fourth poll! READ THE RESULTS.
Jan. 5, 2006: MyDD launches effort inspired by ours to raise money for polls.
Dec. 22, 2005: Newsweek acknowledges demand for impeachment polling.
Dec. 20, 2005: The Washington Post's polling editor is furious that people want impeachment polling.
Dec. 14, 2005: We've purchased our third poll! READ THE RESULTS.
Dec. 10, 2005: Media Continues to Ignore Impeachment Polling
Nov. 11, 2005: What Investors Business Daily thinks of our polls.
Nov. 4, 2005: We've purchased our second poll! READ THE RESULTS.
Oct. 11, 2005: We've purchased our first poll! READ THE RESULTS.
Oct. 12, 2005: You've given more than the goal we set of $10,000. You've given $10,466.19. We will spend every penny of it on polling. We've already spent some.
We cannot do this work without money for staff and equipment and the organizing that it will take to create an investigation and impeach the President. Please give generously to the AfterDowningStreet coalition for organizing. We are no longer accepting money for polling.
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This campaign was launched on September 30, 2005. Our purpose is to collect donations and use them to pay mainstream respected pollsters to include in their public opinion surveys questions about impeaching President Bush and related matters. Does the public favor an investigation into grounds for impeachment? Does a majority of the public want impeachment right away? What are the most popular reasons for wanting Bush impeached? What does the public think about various other proposals to hold accountable the architects of this war?
We have no way of knowing, because the pollsters aren't asking. One pollster did ask about impeachment in June. This Zogby Poll from June 30, 2005, (complete tables) found that a remarkable 42 percent of Americans favored impeachment if Bush lied about the reasons for the war. Various polls have found that a majority of Americans believe that Bush did so lie. That 42 percent is significantly higher than the percentage of the public that wanted Clinton impeached. Dan Froomkin of WashingtonPost.com reported on this in a July 6, 2005, article, and again in this Sept. 21, 2005, article. Bob Fertik, President of Democrats.com, has blogged about this here, and here, and here, and here, and here, and here, and here, and here, and here. RAW STORY has covered it.
Polling companies are unwilling to pursue the issue unless either (1) there is action on it in Congress, or (2) someone pays them to ask a question they wouldn't otherwise ask. That's where you come in. Donate by clicking the button below. Your money will be used to produce poll results on impeachment and related questions. The amount of money raised, how it is spent, and the poll results will be posted here.
We've named the fund you're giving to "Marginalized Majority Polling" because too often in this country majority concerns and positions are left out of polls and treated in news stories as radical and marginal. Too often people hold majority opinions and believe falsely that they are part of a small minority. We want to change that situation, as regards the issue of impeachment and the alleged crimes of the Bush administration.
This campaign was born out of the concerns of After Downing Street, Democrats.com, and of Luke Ryland, an Australian based blogger who tracks U.S. politics. It was picked up and carried to the next level by an internet activist, donna.never.surrender of Aggressive Progressives, who requested AfterDowningStreet's assistance to help assure success.
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