So can they just vote her out already? Hasn’t she been in Washington long enough?
As of late, Nancy Pelosi can barely keep on her human mask and conceal her true lizard identity after a series of legislative blunders have thrown into question the future of her party.
Polling from this week reflects her failure to push through Biden’s radical spending agenda and her general demeanor, which is snide, rude, and pandering.
Voters were asked to rate their impressions of the top leaders in Congress, including House Speaker Pelosi, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).
Of all of the leaders, Pelosi proved to be the least popular, with 60% indicating they view her unfavorably. Of those, 51%t view her “very” unfavorably.
McConnell and Schumer did not fare significantly better, as a majority, 55% and 54%, respectively, view them unfavorably. Of those, 43% have a “very” unfavorable view of the New Yorker, and 36% have a “very” unfavorable view of the Kentucky Republican.
Only 35% of Likely U.S. Voters now have a favorable view of @SpeakerPelosi – her worst numbers ever.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) October 6, 2021
McCarthy fared the best of all, garnering an unfavorable rating of 34%. His favorability was higher, at 42%. Nearly a quarter, 24%, said they remain unsure.
Crazy how that works out, huh?
Pelosi, Schumer, and McConnell all have one thing in common – their hatred for Donald Trump – and Americans seem to have soured on them all immensely. Meanwhile, McCarthy, the America First congressional leader and pro-Trump advocate is fairing better than all three. Shocking!
Notably, Pelosi’s numbers drastically vary along party lines, as 64% of Democrats have a favorable view of her, compared to 13% of Republicans and 25% of independents.
However, Rasmussen finds that partisanship “does not fully explain Pelosi’s remarkable unpopularity”:
As might be expected, 79% of Republicans have a Very Unfavorable impression of Pelosi, but so do 21% of Democrats. The real difference, however, is that 57% of voters not affiliated with either major party have a Very Unfavorable view of Pelosi. By comparison, Schumer provokes less intense dislike, with 67% of Republicans, 18% of Democrats and 48% of unaffiliated voters giving him a Very Unfavorable rating.
This week, Pelosi and Schumer chose Halloween, October 31, as the date to pass Biden’s radical agenda.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney