The Democratic Party has a big problem according to a new NBC poll, as does Vice President Kamala Harris — which is saying something, given the media bias leaning in their favor.
The party that has been largely hijacked by the radical left was ranked the most unpopular among nine options, which included President Biden, former President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Supreme Court, the Republican Party and Disney — the ninth option being Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
The Democratic Party had a net minus 19 percent favorability, with 31 percent having a positive view and 50 percent negative. Harris wasn’t far behind. The vice president was the second most unpopular choice, with a minus 17 percent rating. Her positive rating was equal to the party at 31 percent, while her negative rating was two points better at 48 percent.
The NBC News poll was taken May 5-10 and reflects the views of 1,000 American adults.
The new NBC News poll measured 9 different political figures and institutions.
— Mark Murray (@mmurraypolitics) May 16, 2022
Biden came in with a net minus 14 percent rating, with 37 percent of Americans ranking him positively and 51 percent negatively. Trump was a point behind his successor with a net minus 15 percent rating, as 36 percent of the respondents rated him positively, while an equal 51 percent saw him negatively — that’s 5 points higher than the Democratic Party.
In what appears to be more good news for Republicans, who are expected to deliver a shellacking to the Democratic Party in the November midterms, the GOP was more popular overall than the opposition party, President Biden and Vice President Harris, showing a net minus 11 percent favorability rating.
Four options in the survey experienced a positive net favorability, with Zelenskyy topping the list with a massive 53 percent net positive favorability among those surveyed.
The United States Supreme Court also had a 1 percent net positive approval — which may say something about the media, given all the negative coverage of the court in light of the leaked majority opinion draft suggesting that Roe v. Wade may be overturned.
Gov. DeSantis and the Walt Disney Company were the other two options receiving a positive net favorability, at 2 percent net approval and 3 percent net approval respectively. While somewhat ironic, given that DeSantis took Disney on over its support for allowing sexual instruction in the classroom for K-3 students, the results have to be seen as a total disaster for a company that’s in the family entertainment business.
Here’s a quick sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:
I have a very hard time believing this considering the Democrats have won the popular vote four presidential elections in a row.
— ES21 (@MatrixTMN) May 16, 2022
Interesting that Biden is still polling ahead of Trump
— Maer Roshan (@MaerRoshan) May 16, 2022
There’s only one man on the planet who could lose to Biden — we know this because he already has. And they’re seriously going to nominate him.
— Just Some Doc (@forbiddencomma) May 16, 2022
— 🇺🇸 #IAmTheNRA Rosenblum (@StevenRosenblum) May 16, 2022
Don’t worry. They have “ultra mega” and the “Putin price hike”… That ought to fix it
— Virgil (@RealVirgil02) May 16, 2022
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