The Democratic Party and Kamala Harris are ranked the most UNPOPULAR out of nine political figures and institutions including Trump, Biden, DeSantis, Disney the Supreme Court and the Republican Party, new poll shows
- A new poll shows the Democratic Party is least popular compared to the GOP, Trump, DeSantis, Biden, Disney, the Supreme Court and Kamala Harris
- The Party clocked in with a net minus 19 percent favorability – 31 percent positive views from Americans and 50 percent view Democrats negatively
- The vice president came in second to last with minus 17 percentage points
- Donald Trump came in with minus 14 percent favorability
A new NBC News poll published Monday shows that when Americans were asked their feelings towards entities and individuals, the Democratic Party ranked lowest among nine different prompts.
The Party clocked in with a net minus 19 percent favorability – 31 percent positive views from Americans and 50 percent negative.
With a net minus 11 percent, the Republican Party came in as more popular overall than Democrats, the vice president, President Joe Biden and Trump as the GOP prepares for a predicted bloodbath in the 2022 midterms to take back a majority in Congress.
Positive net favorability in the survey taken May 5-10 was earned by the United States Supreme Court with 1 percent net positive approval, Republican Governor DeSantis with 2 percent net approval and The Walt Disney Company with 3 percent net positive approval.
The Supreme Court’s standing is surprising after the recent leaked draft opinion that shows an impending overturn of Roe v. Wade and has launched the nation into a heated pro versus anti-abortion debate.
A new poll shows the Democratic Party is least popular compared to the GOP, Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, President Joe Biden, Walt Disney World, the Supreme Court and Vice President Kamala Harris – the vice president came in second to last
Former President Trump’s (left) net favorably is minus 14 points compared to Harris’ (right) net minus 17 percent popularity – ranking just two points below the Democratic Party
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky earned a massive 53 percent net positive favorability among surveyed Americans as his country nears the end of its third month of facing an invasion from Russia.
Of the respondents in the Monday poll, 31 percent say they have a favorable or somewhat favorable view of Harris while 48 percent say they do not view her favorably. This means that Americans have a net minus 17 percent view of the vice president – ranking just two points below the Democratic Party.
President Biden has 37 percent of Americans ranking him positively and 51 percent negatively for a net minus 14 percent viewership from the public, according to the 1,000 American adults interviewed.
Trump falls between the current president and vice president in terms of how Americans view him with 36 percent positively and 51 percent negatively, for a net minus 14 percent – 5 points higher than the Democratic Party and three points lower than his successor.
When pollsters were asking participants about the nine figures in the survey, Biden was always asked about first followed by the rest of the individuals and entities randomized.
Biden has hovered around 40 percent approval for the last several months as he faces failures on several fronts with record-high inflation and gas prices, decades high numbers of illegal immigrants crossing at the southern border and now a baby formula shortage.
Harris, who was supposed to be the administration’s ‘border czar’, has an even lower approval than the president.
The vice president visited the southern border in June 2021 after immense pressure for her to do something to address the growing crisis there. Just one month after her visit, the Biden administration saw a then-record-setting number of migrant encounters at 213,593.
In March 2022 that record was shattered after Customs and Border Protection encountered 221,303 – and the numbers are expected to go up again when April numbers are released this week, according to GOP estimates.
Now a year after the visit to the U.S.-Mexico border, Harris has not returned and has largely skirted the issue as her team rebranded her role to addressing ‘root causes’ of migration in Northern Triangle countries of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.