In a new Rasmussen Reports survey, voters by a margin of 52%-42% support impeachment. That includes 77% of Republicans, 50% of independents, and 32% of Democrats.

But in a related question about Republican promises to make good on impeachment threats, expectations for action are down on the chances the GOP will follow through.

The survey findings come as Republicans are trying to make good on their previous impeachment threats against the president, though expectations they will succeed appear to be waning. Just 35% now think it’s even Somewhat Likely the GOP-controlled House will impeach Biden, down from 41% in early April and 47% in February immediately following his inauguration. The number who say it’s Not At All Likely has risen from 37% to 46%. Democrats continue to overwhelmingly believe impeachment is off the table. Seventy percent (70%) think it’s Not At All Likely their party’s House members will take that step, up from 63% two months ago.

Biden continues to earn poor marks for his handling of key issues despite strong Democratic support. His daily job approval rating has ranged between high 30s and lower 40s since he took office, falling to its lowest level – 38% – in June this year. The president’s high point came in late March soon after he unveiled his $2 trillion infrastructure plan.

The surveying shows that although a majority of Americans want to see President Joe Biden impeached, they don’t believe that the GOP has the drive to make good on their previous impeachment threats against the president. This lack of confidence may be due to Biden’s high job approval rating despite strong Democratic support or because people generally don’t want to see another divisive political move so soon after former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial earlier this year.