If you haven’t heard, Vice President Kamala Harris is pretty much the most unpopular leader in American history. And by “pretty much,” I mean she is.
But don’t just take my word for it. It’s all there in black and white in a recent NBC News article discussing the upcoming Republican primary.
Of course, you’d have to read more than the first 12 paragraphs to find said information. But it’s there.
According to NBC, which is nowhere near a conservative outlet, Harris has an approval rating of a very dismal 32 points. Breaking down even further, the poll notes that a mere 11 percent of those see her in a “very positive” light, 21 percent view her “somewhat” positively, 16 percent see her as “somewhat negative,” and a whopping 39 percent see her as “very negative.”
The remaining three percent declined to answer, mostly because they had never even heard of her.
Suffice it to say, it’s not a very good look for the individual next in line for the Oval Office.
Of course, NBC being the liberal mouthpiece that it is, the poll was hidden, as I mentioned, pretty far into the article – an article that mainly focused on the supposed disarray of the Republican Party and its soon to be here primary.
They noted that former President Donald Trump is still in the lead, poll-wise, with Florida’s Ron DeSantis coming in a not-so-close second. In fact, the gap between the two seems to have only grown since Trump was indicted.
The headline was “DeSantis’ GOP support declining in new NBC poll.”
Way down in paragraph 15 was this line, “Harris’ net-negative rating (-17) is the lowest for any vice president in the poll’s history.”
Yes, you read that correctly. No other vice president in the history of vice presidents or NBC’s poll has ever had an approval rating so low.
Again, it’s not a good look for her – or Biden and the Democratic Party as a whole either. And is the real story…