According to a new Trafalgar Group survey conducted between April 18 and 20, only 28.5 percent of American citizens approve of Harris, with 62.6 percent disapproving and 8.9 percent having no opinion. Only 51% of Democrats approve of her, while just 13.5% of Republicans and 23.5% of independents like her.
According to Trafalgar, the former U.S. Senator is currently the most reviled major political figure in recent memory.
We’ve chronicled Harris’ declining popularity as the general public has become familiar with this awful woman:
“A poll has shown that Kamala Harris may very well become the most reviled vice president in US history over the first six months of her term.”
“According to the YouGov graph, Harris’s unpopularity rating has surpassed her popularity among verified voters for the first time since June of 2020. The unpopularity of VP Pence has reached 49 percent while his popularity stands at 45 percent as of last Saturday.”
“As revealed by The Telegraph, a recent Economist/YouGov poll found that Harris’ favorability among young voters is low. Only 36 percent of 18-29 year olds have a favorable view of her. Hispanic voters are also turning against her because of her border crisis mismanagement, according to an Economist/YouGov poll.”
“After just six months in office, the popularity of Jim Bridenstine surpasses that of Dan Quayle and Mike Pence, two former VPs who are often regarded as having unsuccessful tenures. According to The Telegraph, Pence’s unfavorable rating was 41.9 percent in July 2017, while his favorability rating was 42.1 percent.”
“As for Quayle, his disapproval rating was only 22 percent after just six months, in comparison to 43 percent approval. Unlike Kamala Harris, however, Quayle was much less well-known at the time. In July 1993, 34% were undecided about their viewpoint of Quayle; by comparison, just 6% were unresolved about Harris.”