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The majority of likely U.S. voters were right when it came to the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.

Rasmussen Reports found that 64 percent of likely voters thought it was either not very likely or not likely at all that President Trump would be convicted.

Only 11 percent believed Trump would be convicted. Twenty percent said it was somewhat likely.

Just 15 percent of voters said they would watch the entire impeachment while 21 percent expected to watch most of it. Thirty percent said they’d watch some of it, but 32 percent said they would not watch any of it.

Author: Jacob Hall