A new poll, conducted by The Washington Post and George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government, claims that 58% of Americans support the impeachment inquiry into President Trump and 49% of the country believes he should be removed from office.

This poll was conducted between October 1 and October 6 and surveyed 1,007 people, which is approximately .000003% of the U.S. population. The newspaper has released their methodology, questions, and results which include questions that can be perceived by some as leading in their phrasing. It also includes a random question about the ethics of Joe Biden.

Because of these poll numbers, many political pundits are also now spinning the narrative in favor of the Democrats. They are concluding that the House of Representatives beginning the impeachment process is a good thing and that public opinion in swiftly turning against the President.

Even as damning as these numbers appear, most conservatives are familiar with how left-leaning many of these polls can be, especially ones conducted by liberal media outlets such as the Washington Post. The fact the President Trump was even elected is a testament to how flawed most of these polls are. Almost every presidential poll in 2016 had Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide.