The survey found that 45 percent of U.S. adults support the House of Representatives voting to impeach Trump.
"Even though this information was released by the White House itself, more than one quarter of Republicans still say Trump probably didn't make any mention of it," Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute said.
The Quinnipiac poll shows a growing number of voters want impeachment amid the Ukraine-Biden affair.
Forty-one percent believed the president acted illegally; 31 percent felt he acted improperly but lawfully; and 28 percent said he acted properly, according to a new CBS News poll.
Only 17 percent of American adults said they are at all "surprised" by allegations of misconduct by President Donald Trump in regards to Ukraine.
Senator Elizabeth Warren's ascent is further confirmed in a recent poll that surveyed more than 1,500 U.S. voters.
While almost half of Americans supported their government's environmental preservation actions, 62 percent of people around the world voiced support for efforts taken by their elected officials.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren capped her steady rise to the top of the Democratic 2020 candidates this week, but one-in-five of those polled said they hadn't made up their minds for sure.
The former vice president isn't the only Democratic candidate to have a solid lead over President Donald Trump.
Biden was the only other candidate who fared better against Trump than Yang.
Fears about a looming U.S. recession are weighing down on President Donald Trump's approval rating, an ABC News/Washington Post poll finds.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren continues surging toward the top of the Democratic presidential contenders but former Vice President Joe Biden still holds onto an increasingly narrow polling lead.
President Donald Trump has pointed the finger at the Federal Reserve amid talk of a recession, but voters are looking at him.
An 18 percent surge in environmental concern among young Republicans shows a growing number of GOP voters who say they're worried human behavior is damaging planet Earth.
A new Fox News poll showed Trump losing to Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in head-to-head matchups.
Donald Trump's disapproval rating soared to 56 percent in a Fox News poll released this week, just one percent off the network's record high for the president.
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have the exact same overall approval rating, 42 percent, at the two-and-a-half-year mark of their respective time in office.
Americans' fears of North Korea's nuclear program and the Islamic State have both fallen significantly in the past two years of Donald Trump's presidency.
Only 50 percent of adults think tech companies have a positive impact on society, compared with 71 percent just four years ago.
Former Vice President Joe Biden still leads the field, according to new poll.
A new poll conducted by the Washington Post and ABC News shows President Donald Trump's approval rating at 44 percent, the highest it's ever been during his presidency.
A new poll shows South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg continued to receive zero support from black voters as he fell below five percent in overall support after last week's debates.
A new poll shows that a majority of Americans believe at least one in four people are gay or lesbian.
Ivanka Trump maintains better net favorability among likely voters in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin than her father does.
"I'm sorry?" Sanders said when asked if Trump told aides to deny he trailed Biden in polls. "Again, I'm not worried about polling."
Not a single Iowa Democratic voter listed either New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio or Miramar, Florida, Mayor Wayne Messam as their first or second choices.
The poll surveyed American Jews, Protestants and Catholics, white evangelicals and the nonaffiliated about their views on Islam.
Most American Jews feel less secure than they did two years ago.
Nearly two-thirds of Democrats and liberal U.S. voters say it's OK for 2020 presidential candidates to appear on the Fox News Channel despite several hopefuls and the DNC outright rebuffing the cable news network.
Elizabeth Warren is in third place among 2020 Democratic candidates, according to a poll by Fox News.