POLL: Most Voters Want Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell to Resign
In a recent Rasmussen poll, 73% of likely United States voters believe Kentucky Senator McConnell should step down from his leadership position due to his health issues, which includes 48% who strongly agree. Only 17% are in disagreement.
49% of Republican voters strongly agree that McConnell should step down from his position as Senate Minority Leader, in addition to 50% of Democrat voters and 45% of independent voters.
31% of likely voters have a favorable view of McConnell, which includes just 9% who have a very favorable opinion of him. 60% view McConnell in an unfavorable light, which includes 35% with a very unfavorable view of him. 10% of voters are undecided.
34% of Republican voters, 28% of Democrat voters, and 29% of independent voters view McConnell at least somewhat favorably. 42% of Democrat voters have a very unfavorable view of McConnell, in addition to 27% of Republican voters and 36% of independent voters.
27% of white voters, 44% of black voters, and 33% of non-black minority voters view McConnell somewhat favorably. 50% of white voters, 46% of black voters, and 45% of non-black minority voters strongly agree that McConnell should step down from his position as Senate Minority Leader.
When it comes to whether McConnell should resign, there is strong bipartisan support for him to step down from his leadership position. 50% of self-identified conservative voters and 51% of liberal voters strongly agree that he should step down from his position as Senate Minority Leader.
As far as income is concerned, 55% of voters making $200,000 annually have at least a favorable opinion of McConnell. However, that opinion is shared by 30% or less of individuals making less than $200,000 annually.
McConnell, frankly, has to go. He’s a fixture of the political establishment in DC. The current political corruption is thanks to old fossils such as McConnell.
He’s a firm proponent of the never-ending wars and mass migration policies that have wreaked the country. For the US to move forward, the likes of Mitch McConnell must be relieved of the burden of holding higher office.