More than half of likely U.S. voters don’t believe Vice President Kamala Harris is qualified to be president, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey found.
A total of 54% of voters don’t believe Harris is qualified for the top job, Rasmussen Reports said Monday. That group included 45% who said she was not at all qualified.
The Rasmussen survey also found that 57% of voters now view Harris unfavorably, including 47% who have a very unfavorable impression of her.
Only 42% said they believed Harris was qualified to be president — 24% saying she was very qualified — and 40% said had a favorable impression of the vice president.
Results of the latest Rasmussen survey were released on the same day it was reported that Harris’ deputy chief of staff, Michael Fuchs, was leaving the administration. Fuchs’ announcement follows a series of exits from Harris’ team.
The poll results are given more meaning since 43% say they believe it is at least somewhat likely Biden will leave office and be replaced by Harris before the 2024 election. A total of 20% said it was very likely.
When it comes to having a favorable impression of Harris, only 17% of Republicans and 31% of voters not affiliated with either major party fell into that category.
A total of 76% of Republicans, 49% of unaffiliated voters, and 17% of Democrats had a not-at-all favorable impression of Harris. Continue reading at Newsmax.