UPDATED 12:41 PM PT — Fri. August 10, 2018
According to recent poll, registered voters do not want Nancy Pelosi to remain as the Democrat leader in the House of Representatives.
The American Barometer poll — released Thursday by The Hill — shows 73-percent of those surveyed say the Democrats need to dump Pelosi.
The poll also found Democrats are almost evenly split when asked whether Pelosi should remain in party leadership, while 79-percent of independents said Democrats need to find a new leader.
While Republicans overwhelmingly support Pelosi’s ouster, pollsters say there’s more to the midterms than campaigning against Pelosi.
“Nancy Pelosi is the minority leader, Donald Trump is the president, Ryan is the Speaker of the House, McConnell is the majority leader — running against Nancy Pelosi is like running against George W. Bush in 2010, which Democrats tried to do, it didn’t work,” stated republican pollster Jim Hobart.
Pelosi, who has been in Congress for more than 30-years, has been the Democrats leader in the lower chamber since 2002.
Despite a growing number of Democrat congressional candidates opposing her leadership, Pelosi said she will run for speaker if her party takes back the House.
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