Mitch McConnell’s Unpopularity Hits New Low

( Mitch McConnell is one of the nation’s most unpopular politicians.

According to a recent Civiqs survey, only 7 percent of Americans had a favorable opinion of Mitch McConnell. His approval rating has never been lower in this poll.

Seven percent of voters hold a favorable opinion of McConnell, while 81 percent hold an unfavorable view. Only 18 percent of Republicans in the Republican party approve of McConnell. 61% of people disapprove.

According to surveys conducted by Civiqs as far back as 2018, Mitch McConnell’s favorability has never dipped below 7 percent. In June 2021, McConnell’s approval rating will have increased to 12 percent from 8 percent in February 2021. It has since fluctuated between 8 and 11 percent.

Despite his extreme unpopularity, he maintained that the recent Republican contenders in the 2022 midterm were inferior.

He also underfunded or denied funds to them despite the closeness of the races.

Reports reveal that Mitch McConnell criticized pro-Trump politicians and claimed the Republicans lacked the expected caliber of candidates.

The MAGA candidates cannot shed their skins like a snake, and those are the types of politicians McConnell likes.

Reports show that when Democrats won their elections, Mitch McConnell blamed Donald Trump for the defeats.

Trump responded by criticizing McConnell, attributing the midterm election defeats to him.

The Epoch Times reported that former President Donald Trump blamed Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) for the Democrats’ takeover of the Senate following their victories in Arizona, Nevada, and Pennsylvania.

Trump tweeted on his Truth Social platform that Mitch McConnell was responsible and that it was a grave error to spend money to destroy brilliant Republican candidates instead of supporting Blake Masters and others. It was an even greater error to allocate $4 trillion to the radical left for the Green New Deal rather than infrastructure.

Trump further stated that McConnell showed poor performance in the midterm elections.

The question is, why would 7% McConnell remain the Republican Senate Leader?