Republican voters: ‘Ditch Mitch’


Republican voters are overwhelmingly negative about Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) as the party’s leader in the Senate.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

Sixty-four percent (64%) say they view McConnell unfavorably. Among that group, more than half (35%) say they have a “very unfavorable” impression of him.

Only 28% of likely US voters say they have a favorable impression of McConnell. That’s down from 31% in August.

McConnell plays the lead role for Republicans in the Senate when it comes to legislative priorities, campaign donation money, and which Republicans to support during elections.

To see survey question wording, click here.


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8 thoughts on “Republican voters: ‘Ditch Mitch’”

  1. If the GOP doesn’t start working for US, we will DITCH them..!! Mitch is a RINO and he’s OUT…!! DITCH MITCH……Period..!

  2. Judging from the ignorant (and I do mean ignorant) previous comments, it’s no wonder Democrats did so well in the mid-terms. McConnell is the savvy politician who had the balls to stand up to Obama and his minions and keep Merrick Garland out of the Supreme Court as well as get senate approval for the appointments of many of Trump’s judicial nominees in the lower courts. Stop listening to Trump. He’s done. Stick him with a fork. I voted for him in 2020. I will not vote for him again. He is the Democrat’s most formidable weapon.

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