The Gateway Pundit reported on May 16 that Kamala’s historic unpopularity threatens the Democrats’ chances of winning the 2024 election, and that the Democrats had better hope that Biden can hold on until the next election or DeSantis will win.
Harris was so unpopular in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary that she dropped out before the first vote in Iowa. This time, it doesn’t look like the situation has changed much.
The Washington Examiner reports that if Biden does not run in 2024, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president in 2024 will be incumbent Vice President Harris. But shockingly, Harris’ unpopularity is historic.
YouGov found that Harris has an approval rating of just 41 percent and an unfavorable rating of 48 percent. Most problematic is that one in five Democrats surveyed thinks she is unpopular, and nearly three in five independents see her the same way. This is a disaster for Democrats.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald made this point in a recent tweet, “The person who had to drop out of the presidential race before getting even one vote, despite a huge media cult and coming from the most populous state, is nonetheless unpopular in the quasi-honeymoon phase of her new administration. Unbelievable. “
Remember those debates? The online follow up post said, “We haven’t forgotten, have we? U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-CA), on Harris’ comments on the debate stage …… It was like witnessing a car crash that instantly destroyed Harris’ chances.” Harris’ unpopularity is a reality that Democrats will have to face in the 2022 and 2024 elections.