Population represented in the U.S. Senate by by Feb. 2021 impeachment trial vote
In February 2021, the U.S. Senate acquitted a former president after an impeachment trial. To convict would have required 2/3 of senators (67 of the full Senate) to vote guilty; the final vote was 57 votes for guilty and 43 votes for not guilty. This chart illustrates how many U.S. residents are represented by senators who voted for and against impeachment.
Population figures are from 2019.