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POLL: Trump the Least Unpopular Leader in the Country

He is more popular in terms of his favorability rating than Democrats Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump is polling as the least despised among major American political figures, the Federalist reported.

He is more popular in terms of his favorability rating than Democrats Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, as well as Republicans Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell.

He also has a higher favorability rating than Joe Biden, the sitting President of the United States who has declared war on fossil fuels, and would apparently like to declare war on Russia as well.

Trump’s overall ‘spread’–the difference between his favorability rating and un-favorability rating–was -5.5, four times better than Pelosi’s, which was -20.0, and three times better than Harris’, -14.4.

It was the most positive overall view of all politicians on the list.

The nation holds a decidedly unfavorable view of all the Democrats listed above, with at least half of the country taking an unfavorable view of all of them.

Yet perhaps most notable was the incredibly unpopularity of Republican Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

McConnell’s spread was a whopping -31.7 points.

Republicans have turned on RINO Mitch in recent months, especially after he gave sanction to the fraudulent Jan. 6 investigation committee.

“Mitch McConnell has repeatedly bailed out Joe Biden, giving him gifts of Senate votes, which are the only things keeping the Biden administration on life support,” Kelly Tshibaka, challenger to RINO Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, said.

Alabama Congressman Mo Brooks–another candidate for the Senate in 2022–called McConnell a “weak-kneed, debt junkie, open-border RINO Republican,” and added that he would not vote for McConnell for Senate Majority Leader if elected.

“I will not vote for Mitch McConnell for leader, and I will do everything in my power to ensure that Republicans choose a conservative to be leader,” Brooks said last month.

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