Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Disliked And Polling HORRIBLY In District She Was Elected To Represent

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is polling awfully in the New York district she was elected to represent and it’s not difficult to understand why.

Every time she is in the news, it’s because she’s talking about some national issue. She doesn’t seem interested at all in doing the job she was elected to do. She thinks she is some sort of national figure and the media’s adoration of her has only made it worse.

Is there any wonder why her constituents feel ignored?

The Washington Examiner reports:

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Poll: AOC disliked, distrusted, unwanted in her own NY district

She’s a star on the national political stage, but Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is viewed skeptically back in her Queens and Bronx 14th Congressional District, according to a new door-to-door survey.

It found that she has a low 21% favorability rating, that just 11% believe she has their best interests in mind, and that only 13% would vote to reelect her.

The survey of registered voters was conducted by the political action committee targeting her with a Federal Election Commission complaint, Stop The AOC PAC.

A previous survey by the group found that residents were upset with the lawmaker’s opposition to bringing an Amazon headquarters to the district. In part due to Ocasio-Cortez’s complaints, Amazon backed out of moving to her district.

A previous survey by the group found that residents were upset with the lawmaker’s opposition to bringing an Amazon headquarters to the district. In part due to Ocasio-Cortez’s complaints, Amazon backed out of moving to her district.

A quick look at her Twitter feed shows what she really cares about. She’s not tweeting about her district:

She deserves to be voted out of office. Hopefully, she will be.

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