Even Democrats are souring on Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer as leaders of Congress.
Last spring, Democrats had a 50% approval of the Pelosi and Schumer led Congress, but now it has dropped to 26%.
That means that only the most hardcore leftists still approve.
Hot Air reports:
Oh my: Democrat support for Pelosi/Schumer-led Congress crashes by over half
Joe Biden may not be alone in a confidence-crisis cascade. Gallup’s latest polling on congressional approval finds it declining, which may have all the newsy value of reporting on the wetness of water. But the origin of this decline demonstrates the damage the party has done to itself after several months of internecine warfare over its extreme-left turn:
This is from Gallup:
Democrats’ approval of Congress rose 50 points between December 2020 and February 2021 when it peaked at 61%. This spanned a period when Congress went from divided control (with Democrats in the majority in the House and Republicans in the Senate) to full Democratic control. Democrats’ approval remained high after the American Rescue Plan coronavirus relief law was passed in March.
However, by June, when Congress failed to pass President Joe Biden’s infrastructure package by his Memorial Day deadline, Democrats’ rating of the body fell below the majority level. After a brief rally above 50% in August and September, Democrats’ approval of Congress fell as infighting among Democratic legislators held up passage of Biden’s climate change and social spending bill. With Biden’s legislative agenda still stalled, Democrats’ latest 26% approval of the legislative branch is the lowest it has been in a year.
Has America finally had it with Pelosi and Schumer?
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The country needs a change in leadership.
Good thing we have the midterms coming up in November.