People are split over whether President Trump should be impeached, and a sizable number of people do not believe he will make it four years in office, according to a USA Today/iMediaEthics poll released Monday.

The July 17-19 survey found 42 percent of U.S. adults say Trump ought to be removed from office, and another 42 percent say he should not be impeached.

More than one-third of people surveyed believe Trump will not finish his four-year term. Twenty-three percent said Trump "probably won't" complete it and 13 percent said he "definitely won't."

The majority believe Trump will conclude his current term. Three-in-10 people think Trump will "probably" last three and a half more years and 27 percent believe he "definitely" will finish.

This month, Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., introduced articles of impeachment against Trump, but nothing has become of the proposal.

The online poll was conducted by SurveyUSA and included 1,330 adults. The survey had a 2.8 percentage point margin of error.