Majority of American Voters Have 'Unfavorable' View of Kamala Harris, Poll Shows
Rasmussen Reports survey reveals alarming number of voters say she's not qualified as VP
The majority of American voters say they have a negative view of Kamala Harris, according to a new poll.
A Rasmussen Reports survey shows that 51 percent of 1,000 likely voters have a negative impression of Harris.
While a staggering 43 percent say they have a “very unfavorable impression” of her.
The poll found 46 percent of likely voters have a positive impression of Harris.
However, only 28 percent have a "very favorable impression" of the vice president.
An alarming number of those polled also say that Harris is not qualified to hold the office of VP.
Tasnim News Agency reported that the poll, released on Monday, shows that 41 percent of likely U.S. voters see Harris as “not at all qualified” to take over the responsibilities of the presidency.
9 precent believe she is “not very qualified.”
The survey on Harris’ readiness for the role of president is especially relevant because Biden is seen by many Americans as unlikely to be physically and mentally able to complete his four-year term.
A Rasmussen poll last August showed that 59 percent of voters, including 49 percent of Democrats, didn’t expect Biden to serve his full term if elected in November.
Despite being the oldest president to take office and the questions that have been raised about his fitness, the 78-year-old Biden told reporters in March that he expects to seek re-election in 2024.
A second Biden term would run through 2028 when he would turn 86.
The poll was taken on April 19 and 20 by telephone and online.
As Neon Nettle reported last month, supporters of Biden have begun expressing “voter remorse” as his administration continues to push deeply unpopular far-left policies.
In one weekend alone in late March, Biden’s job approval rating plummeted by three points.
Biden's popularity has continued to sink as House Democrats advance their far-left agenda, including the radical Equality Act, H.R. 1, and mass amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Shortly after he was sworn-in to office, Twitter was flooded with messages expressing deep regret from Americans who voted for Biden in the 2020 election.
Social media users have been sharing text message conversations that reveal many Biden voters feel betrayed.