Though the majority opposed to Trump’s invoking executive privilege was largely driven by Democrats (86 percent), that opposition also found a home among 57 percent of independents.

Only 25 percent of Republicans said they did not believe that the president should be allowed to block new testimony by invoking executive privilege, while 52 percent of Republican voters said he should be allowed.

Frustration among voters likely stems from the White House’s universal stonewalling of the impeachment inquiry at every turn, barring House Democrats’ requested witnesses from testifying and refusing to turn over reams of subpoenaed documents and records relating to the inquiry from its inception.