In a post-election poll, Howard University students were the least likely of any major college to support Trump.
This came despite the fact that Trump won nearly 30 percent of the state’s votes and earned a whopping 85 percent of Howard’s.
And while the majority of Howard students were still undecided, the poll also found that a majority of students said they were undecided about the future of Howard.
Howard students are now facing a new reality: The school is not a safe haven for all.
According to a new survey, the majority want Trump impeached, according to the Associated Press.
The poll, conducted by The Associated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, found that the majority are concerned that the president will make it harder to pursue a fair trial for a white supremacist, according the AP.
The poll found that 61 percent of respondents said that Trump would be “more likely to be impeached than not,” compared to 45 percent who said the opposite.
A majority of respondents also said Trump would “be less likely to face impeachment” than Trump, the AP reported.
In fact, 71 percent of Trump voters said they believed that “he will be impeachable,” compared with 33 percent who didn’t.
Another 21 percent said they didn’t know.
Trump supporters were also more likely than non-Trump voters to be concerned that Trump will be charged with a crime, the survey found.
Just 28 percent of voters said that, compared to 19 percent who thought that.
Trump supporters were more than twice as likely as non-trump voters to believe that Trump could be impeaching himself.