Impeachment divide: Americans split over proceedings

Polls show American public divided as two major parties over impeachment.

    The impeachment inquiry into whether the President Donald Trump should be removed from office has done little to unite United States's voters.

    After weeks of hearings, public opinion remains split.

    But with the presidential election fast approaching, will it make a difference at the polls?

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from the bellwether state of Florida.


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