Most Americans believe Vice President Kamala Harris is failing to manage the border crisis as thousands of illegals pour into the country, according to a new poll.
In fact, 74.9 percent of American voters say Harris has done a “poor job with the southern border crisis since President Biden put her in charge in March,” the Convention of States Action, in partnership with the Trafalgar Group, found in a national survey conducted from Sept. 29 through Oct. 1.
54.6 percent of Democrats, 80.3 percent of Independents, and 93.7 percent of Republican voters gave Harris a failing grade on the border.
“These numbers signal clearly that the American people see Vice President Harris’ management of the southern border crisis as an unmitigated disaster. The Biden Administration is bungling this crisis beyond what most people could have imagined,” said Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action.
“Once again, the solution is strong leadership from governors and state legislators who care about their constituents and are not confused as to who is in charge, the people who voted them into office,” Meckler added.