Kamala Harris Polling Tanks Farther – New polling shows that Vice President Kamala Harris is more unpopular than ever.
A Hart Research Strategies/NBC News poll found that 39% of those surveyed have a very negative view of Harris.
The vice president scored a 49% negative score when it came to how all voters felt about her, while only 32% had a positive view. She now is the most unpopular vice president since the NBC News poll began.
The poll of 1,000 voters was conducted from June 16 to June 20.
“Vice President Kamala Harris’ net-negative rating (-17) is the lowest for any vice president in the poll’s history,” Josh Kraushaar, editor-in-chief of Jewish Weekly tweeted.
FiveThirtyEight places Harris’s polling at 40% with 51% disapproval.
Harris’ habit of delivering jumbled and disjointed speeches has caused many to question her intelligence.
Kamala Harris Becomes White House Point Person
The news comes as the White House attempts to use Harris as its spokeswoman for its passionate Left-of-center causes.
White House Communications Director Anita Dunn has looked to raise her profile in an attempt to keep her from being a drag on the Democratic ticket going into 2024.
Among Democrats, Harris remains popular. Eighty-six percent of Democrats said in a recent poll that they would
Harris visited New York’s Stonewall Inn the site of the Stonewall riot that is widely considered the start of the contemporary LGBT movement.
“This place represents a real inflection moment in this movement, which is a movement that is about equality, that is about freedom, a movement that is about safety,” Harris told reporters just outside the entrance to the Stonewall Inn. “I’m here because I also understand not only what we should celebrate, in terms of those fighters that fought for fundamental freedoms, but understanding that this fight is not over.”
Kamala Harris Strikes a Diplomatic Sour Note Abroad
When Harris went to Africa she created a diplomatic incident during her visit in Ghana in March. She is not much of diplomat, which is part of her job representing the United States around the world.
“Let me be clear about where we stand,” Harris said. “First of all, for the American press who are here, you know that a great deal of work in my career has been to address human rights issues, equality issues across the board, including as it relates to the LGBT community. “And I feel very strongly about the importance of supporting the freedom and supporting and fighting for equality among all people, and that all people should be treated equally.
Harris continued: “I would also say that this is an issue that we consider and I consider to be a human rights issue, and that will not change.”
Ghana’s Parliament Speaker Alban Bagbin rebuked her, “What Kamala Harris do…we no for tolerate dis things, that be undemocratic… That someone go dictate to me what be good and what be bad?”
Speaking on Abortion
She has become increasingly vocal on abortion, claiming that the Supreme Court created a “health care crisis” by eliminating abortion as an implied constitutional right, at an even marking the anniversary of Roe v. Wade’s demise.
“This fight is not only about people in one particular state; these extremists plan to take their agenda national. And that agenda, by the way, goes way beyond reproductive rights. A lot of these same folks attack the right to vote — that prevents the teaching of America’s history,” she said.
The continued low polling shows she is not resonating with the electorate.
Harris’ ongoing struggles could result in Democrats looking for a better candidate such as California Gov. Gavin Newsom to be in the number two slot on the ticket. Newsom is articulate and experienced, unlike Kamala Harris.
A conservative opinion writer, John Rossomando was a senior analyst for Defense Policy and served as Senior Analyst for Counterterrorism at The Investigative Project on Terrorism for eight years. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as The American Thinker, The National Interest, National Review Online, Daily Wire, Red Alert Politics, CNSNews.com, The Daily Caller, Human Events, Newsmax, The American Spectator, TownHall.com, and Crisis Magazine. He also served as senior managing editor of The Bulletin, a 100,000-circulation daily newspaper in Philadelphia, and received the Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors first-place award for his reporting.