Republicans that are members of Congress — and even some that are — don’t really see Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) in a good light. Maybe it’s the millions of dollars McConnell shifted away from tight congressional races ahead of the midterms in favor of races that were never in doubt. Who knows?
According to Civiqs, “a polling and data analytics firm that conducts public opinion research online” since 2013, McConnell has a favorability rating that would make the establishment media and the rest of Congress blush.
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As of Tuesday, Civiqs reports that only seven (7) percent of registered voters view McConnell in a favorable light. An astonishing 81 percent view the 80-year-old unfavorably, with another 12 percent who aren’t sure how to feel about the senator from Kentucky.
Even President Joe Biden is seen six times more favorably than McConnell (42 percent), despite the many public disasters during his presidency.
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