Meanwhile, 89 percent of U.S. adults with no college degree want the former president to remain at the forefront of politics, the new CNBC survey found.
After the vote, the former president thanked the senators for the acquittal, railed against Democrats, and vowed to continue his MAGA movement this year.
Senators Susan Collins, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse, Patrick Toomey, Bill Cassidy and Richard Burr joined all of their Democratic colleagues to vote for a conviction on Saturday.
"Do I think the president's unpopularity has declined? Unquestionably, absolutely, no doubt," Mark Weaver, a Republican strategist, told Newsweek.
Donald Trump's second acquittal in the Senate raises questions about whether the former president will seek federal office again.
Seven Republican senators joined Democrats in voting to convict former president Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial, but Alaska's Murkowski is the first up for re-election in 2022.
Democrats are accused of capitulating to GOP threats after they won a surprise 55-45 vote to call witnesses in Trump's impeachment trial before declining to do so just hours later.
Democrats wanted to know about the House minority leader's conversation with the former president on the day of the Capitol riot.
The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump was briefly derailed Saturday morning, after House managers pushed to have witnesses called.
The Republican senator earlier said Saturday that Republicans could call Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a witness in former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial.
The senator's statement refers to new questions that have emerged surrounding Pence's safety on the day of the violent insurrection, and how much Trump knew about the attack.
Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell will vote to acquit former President Donald Trump, he told colleagues on Saturday.
Philadelphia city commissioner Al Schmidt tagged Mitch McConnell in a tweet saying "please consider when voting your conscience."
"Do not let fear be what makes us do the right thing in the country for the future of our country and our democracy, whether it's fear of that brute power or it's fear of a constituency that's loud, or the fear of a president who is loud," Murray said Friday.
Recent questions about the its finances and allegations against co-founder John Weaver have tarnished the PAC.
The Illinois congressman is one of 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump.
The South Carolina senator told reporters that Trump was key to the Republican's future, Politico reported.
Some Republicans have suggested putting Trump on trial after leaving office violates the Constitution.
The former president's impeachment lawyers defended his widely criticized call to the secretary of state of Georgia.
Jaime Herrera Beutler revealed the conversation on January 6 between the former president and the House minority leader.
Beutler was one of just 10 Republican members of the House to vote in favor if impeaching Donald Trump.
Former Vice President Mike Pence still has a Twitter account—unlike his former boss, Donald Trump—but he's staying away from opining about the ongoing Trump impeachment trial that's taking place in the U.S. Senate, even as he's become a key focal point of the prosecution's argument.
"Each of these individuals possesses unique and relevant experience, in and out of government, that I know will inform this important effort," Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in a Friday statement.
"I remember two meetings with him, when I was paying visits to Washington, and his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin which I attended. Trump is a striking politician," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Recently, many Americans have been expressing their outrage on social media at the rising cost of insulin and wonder who is to blame.
"In conclusion, a majority found that, for this specific post, Facebook did not accurately assess all contextual information," the Oversight Board explained.
A censure effort that could block Trump from holding federal office again may depend on how the Senate votes in his trial.
Donald Trump's first trial was "much fairer" than his second because senators weren't victims, the chief justice was presiding, and Republicans weren't sanctioned for breaking with the party, Alan Dershowitz said.
"I was shaken by what I witnessed, what I heard and a couple days after [January 6] I decided that I could no longer align myself with people who are changing the Republican Party to something other than I knew it to be," Kimrey Rhinehardt, a North Carolina voter, told Newsweek.