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A recent poll probably has Vice President Kamala Harris cackling with discomfort right now as only 28 percent approve of her in office performance and a solid majority of 62 percent disapprove which puts her underwater by 24 percentage points.
President Joe Biden received similar ratings – but to his credit not quite as bleak – with a 39 percent approval rating and a 55 percent disapproval rating according to the survey conducted between April 18 and April 20 by the Trafalgar group.
There’s no telling what rock the 8.9 percent of people are hiding under that they hold zero opinion of the woman who is just a heartbeat away from becoming the Commander-in-Chief for the United States.
8.9% No Opinion
Approval by Party
— The Trafalgar Group (@trafalgar_group) April 22, 2022
But that population may not have time to spend waiting to hear her answers to questions as was the case earlier this month when Harris was interviewed by Joy Reid and spent five minutes dancing around the answer to a question about whether Vladimir Putin should be removed from office.
After droning on about generalities about the situation between Russia and Ukraine as well as extensively detailing her travel plans, Reid finally followed up to try to pin her down on an answer.
“So no luck on getting you to weigh in on whether he should remain [in office]?” Reid asked again.
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) April 2, 2022
“Well, no. Listen, let me be very clear, we are not into regime change, and that is not our policy,” Harris ultimately responded.
Some people questioned the 13.5 percent of Republicans that claimed to approve of her job performance, noting that it may be reasonable for Democrats to “pull the wool” over their eyes, but they hold conservatives to a higher standard.
The bigger question is how can 13.5% of republicans think she is doing a good job? I understand the dems continuing to be stubborn and pull the wool over their own eyes to feel better about their vote.
— TwinsWest (@TwinsWest1) April 22, 2022
Although her ratings have tanked, Harris may not be surprised by the poor feedback on her vice presidency. After all, she admitted last month that “people are struggling” under Biden’s economic policies making it “too expensive for working families.”
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) March 3, 2022
The survey also revealed that only 35.6 percent of people self-identified as Republican, but 48.1 percent plan to vote Republican in the upcoming election, with 12.5 percent still undecided.
Many viewed the poll as a looking glass into the reason there isn’t more talk of removing Biden from office using the 25th amendment while others noted how utterly irrelevant her approval ratings are.
This is why they won’t 25th Biden, they’ll go down with the ship before they hand it over to Kamala
— Kuug (@gringosuavex) April 22, 2022
She`s the VP. Who cares about her approval rating. Get a grip pic.twitter.com/jOQTflNVBd
— Edward Smith (@Znel777) April 24, 2022
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