The statistics are in, and things are looking bad for Trump. Really bad.

According to a Public Policy survey, about 48% of voters support the idea of Trump becoming impeached. In addition, a whopping 45% of those surveyed did not believe Trump will last a full term in his presidency.

Politico & Morning Consult also conducted a similar poll. Results from their survey showed that President Trump has a 50% disapproval rating.

According to the numbers, one thing is clear: a large portion of American citizens are not happy with our president.

So what’s our nation to do? Does this evidence predict an impeachment of our President?

Not necessarily.

According to World Net Daily:

“National polls on presidential approval are no longer valid representations of how the country feels about the president or about issues on a national level.

We see the genius of our Founders, who foresaw the influence of the population centers over the national popular vote and created the Electoral College system.

We also see why it is inaccurate to call our system a democracy. The United States is a republic.

That fact – which both media and Democrats love to ignore – may be the reason 98 percent of those who voted for President Trump say they would do it again today (ABC/Wapo poll). That map would look quite different than the one above, and would be largely centralized in Middle and Southern America.

This also explains how poll after poll during the election said Donald Trump couldn’t win. Polls are generally poor indicators of who will actually turn out to vote, and they’re almost impossible to reconcile with the Electoral College, which saves America from complete control over our politics by the populous financial centers on the coasts.

If our system were a democracy, we would have mandated transgender bathrooms in every business, taxpayer-funded travel to the U.S. for illegal immigrants (and anyone who wants to come to the U.S. for any reason), taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthoods on every street corner, and who knows what else. Let your mind run wild on that one. The Democrats do every day. And that is why they continue to propagate the falsity that we live in a democracy when we don’t.

Luckily, the House of Representatives is the only body elected proportionally based on population. The Senate represents each state equally, and the president is elected by the Electoral College.

Polls on impeachment and presidential approval – and even nationwide polls on issues like Obamacare – are inaccurate because the U.S. is not a democracy.

These polls are about as accurate as polls taken during the presidential campaign that said Trump would lose by double digits.”

It is clear that the surveys mentioned above do not have the full support of the American public. In fact, they may not be accurate at all. They may be merely a ploy to push President Trump and the entire Republican party off their game.

It’s not just surveys that the American public is mistrusting of, either. In fact, only 32% of the nation’s citizens report that they trust the media. This alone causes a lot of controversy as polls and surveys such as these come to light.

More and more media reports are coming out regarding forecasts of the president’s “impending impeachment.” However, it looks as though President Trump is standing tall and remaining unswayed by these numbers.