Vice President Kamala Harris is receiving low marks from the public according to opinion polls.
Most concerning for Harris is an Economist/YouGov poll where the vice president carried a total unfavorable score at 48 percent.
Here are the poll numbers:
More problematic for Harris is the Economist/YouGov poll is not an outlier.
The Hill summarized the polls on Harris, reporting, “In a trio of recent surveys, Harris earned a combined unfavorable rating of 46 percent, according to an aggregate average compiled by RealClearPolitics.”
The story also noted, “That number is 3 points below Biden’s 43 percent in the same category.”
Newsmax also covered the polls on Harris.
Three polls combined to produce an unfavorable rating of 46% for Harris, according to an aggregate average compiled by RealClearPolitics. The Hill reported that the number is 3 points below Biden’s 43% unfavorable rating. https://t.co/jzRxqbcRC5
— Newsmax (@newsmax) July 30, 2021
Harris is not doing a good job with the border crisis and she recently met with the Texas Democrats that abandoned the state to avoid voting on a voter rights bill.
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris met 16 fellow Democrats from Texas state who successfully blocked a bill they believed would keep Black and Hispanic communities from the polls. Harris also emphasized the voting rights of all American citizens https://t.co/nJRVRwpW6a pic.twitter.com/tvh7BO2FYp
— Reuters (@Reuters) June 17, 2021
It must be concerning for Democrats that Harris is not connecting with American voters.
As the next in line to be president, Harris is not making the grade and her unpopularity could adversely impact the 2022 midterm elections and could jeopardize her as the next Democrat nominee for president.