Trump Beats Kamala Harris in Head-to-Head Poll as Her Approval Rating Plummets
Controversial Democrat's popularity sinks to all-time low
President Donald Trump has beat Kamala Harris in a new head-to-head poll as the controversial Democrat's approval rating plummets to an all-time low.
According to the new survey by polling firm McLaughlin & Associates, Harris may even be more controversial than Trump.
Harris has proven during her time in office that she is completely ignorant of the true nature of the border crisis brought on by Joe Biden's policies.
After months of refusing to visit the border, Harris has appeared to care more about perpetuating a liberal agenda than working on effective solutions to America's numerous problems.
The new poll found that Trump ranks much higher in favorability for the 2024 presidential election than Harris.
When recipients were asked about presidential preference for 2024, Trump beat Harris 49 to 45 percent.
McLaughlin & Associates surveyed a group of 1,000 general election likely voters between May 12 and May 18, according to Western Journal.
There was no margin of error given by the pollster.
Of the voters, 47 percent approved of Harris, while 48 percent had an unfavorable opinion of her.
Of those with strong opinions, just 27 percent said that they had “very favorable” opinions about the vice president, while a whopping 38 percent said they felt their opinion toward her was “very unfavorable.”
The numbers were gathered before Harris announced her trip to El Paso, Texas, where she arrived on Friday.
And even though she may have planned the trip to the U.S.- Mexico border to placate her critics, many are still calling her out for avoiding the actual center of the crisis.
Vice President Kamala Harris isn't even going to the border.— House Republicans (@HouseGOP) June 25, 2021
She's flying into El Paso and going to a Border Patrol facility that's miles from the physical border before flying to Los Angeles for the evening. pic.twitter.com/2VWd0aQSoC
After being appointed the “border czar” in March, Harris dragged her feet in making any moves that would satisfy the role.
Her disastrous run trying to solve the border crisis has been almost completely ineffective thus far, according to Western Journal.
Refusing to address this crisis has been one of Harris’ biggest mistakes, so it’s understandable her approval rating is plummeting.
According to the McLaughlin & Associates poll, 64 percent of voters think Harris will become president before the end of Biden’s term.
Given the poll numbers, it looks like Biden leaving office may be the only way she would do so in the next four years.
If Harris decides to run against Trump in 2024, it will most likely spell a brutal loss for her.
Public opinion will need to be drastically swayed in order for her to have a fighting chance.
But did anyone even like her in the first place?
As a Democratic presidential candidate, Harris lost funding and dropped out of the primaries.
She even struggled to make an impact on black voters, as many felt she was inauthentic, according to Politico.
It looks like a second run for the presidency might have a similar outcome for Harris.
Based on this poll, Trump will have no problem crushing the competition in the 2024 election if it comes down to him and Harris.