Today’s second Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump isn’t expected to lead to a conviction or interest in the nation, according to a survey done on the eve of the action.
The latest Rasmussen Reports survey showed that just 31% of likely voters believe a conviction of high crimes and misdemeanors is at hand.
Another 64% told the pollster that conviction is unlikely or won’t happen.
And the country isn’t gripped by the event. Just 15% plan to watch all of the TV coverage of the trial. But most may check in from time to time, said Rasmussen.