A new Quinnipiac survey found Pelosi had the worst favorable-unfavorable ratio she’s had all year…
American voters are unhappy with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. The Democrat earned her lowest public image rating of the year, with just 27 percent having a favorable opinion of Pelosi and 53 percent with an unfavorable opinion.
That’s a significant drop from April, when Pelosi held a 30-47 favorability rating. Quinnipiac provides a helpful chart on Pelosi’s downward trend:
Pelosi’s favorability rating is far worse than President Trump’s 40-55 approval rating.
The California Democrat’s toxic public image could explain why Republicans are increasingly using Pelosi in campaign ads against Democratic candidates. The strategy worked well for Republicans in the special election in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District.
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