Nearly half of likely U.S. voters want to see Attorney General Merrick Garland impeached following a congressional hearing last month.
Forty-eight percent of likely voters said Congress should begin an impeachment investigation of Garland. Thirty-five percent oppose it while 18 percent said they are not sure.
Garland was pressed in the House Judiciary Committee hearing regarding DOJ officials interfering with the Hunter Biden investigation.
Sixty-two percent of the voters said it is likely the DOJ gave Hunter Biden favorable treatment due to his political ties.
Fifty-eight percent of unaffiliated voters said it is at least somewhat likely Hunter Biden received favorable treatment.
Sixty-nine percent of Republicans want an impeachment investigation to begin of Garland. Thirty-two percent of Democrats and 44 percent of unaffiliated voters agree. Just 36 percent of unaffiliated voters oppose impeaching Garland.