(CNN) About half of Americans say the Senate should vote to convict President Donald Trump and remove him from office in the upcoming impeachment trial (51%), according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, while 45% say the Senate should vote against conviction and removal.
Massive partisan gaps continue to dominate views on Trump and his impeachment trial.
Overall, 89% of Democrats say he should be removed from office, while just 8% of Republicans feel the same way.
Among independents, it's nearly dead even: 48% say the Senate should vote to remove him, while 46% say that they should not.
Nearly six in 10 women (59%) say the Senate should remove Trump from office; 42% of men agree.
Still, a majority (53%) say it is likely the Republicans in the Senate will conduct a fair trial for the President.
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