An impeachment of President Donald Trump is "not going anywhere in Congress," but the talk continues on Capitol Hill because those "leading the charge" are from districts with a progressive base, pollster John Zogby told Newsmax TV on Tuesday.
The Zogby Analytics pollster told Tuesday's "Newsmax Now" what the leaders of the impeachment movement are not doing is listening "to the other side."
"What they're not doing is taking a look at all those Democrats that are in swing districts, or moderate Democratic communities . . . or those within the Democratic Party who are simply saying 'we want you to do something — not do something that isn't going to happen.'"
"The president is at 46% [approval] in the polls," he added. "You don't impeach a president when he's just about the same place as when he got elected. Essentially, it makes no sense — it's not going to gain any sort of support across the aisle or among voters."
Zogby also said, despite former Vice President Joe Biden's current lead in the standings among Democratic presidential primary candidates, he is not a sure thing, either for the Democratic nomination, or the general election.
"As a party, the Democrats love to chew up and spit out their frontrunners," he said, adding: "Whenever there's a bloody fight within the the party, sometimes . . . the [leading] nominee either doesn't make it [to the convention], or other times does not win the general election."
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