The majority of the country believes Kamala Harris is not ready to be President, based on her performance as Vice President. This, according to a new poll.
While Vice President Kamala Harris has taken flak for a range of issues since taking residency in the White House, notably for her poor management of the border crisis, multiple people in the Democrat party have maintained the she is the heir apparent to President Biden.
Convention of States Action released a new poll that found “63.6% of American voters are not very confident or not confident at all Kamala Harris is ready to be President, based on her performance as Vice President.”
“Our last poll found that most Americans don’t believe Joe Biden is actually running the country, and today we’re learning voters think Kamala Harris’ tenure as Vice President has been a disaster, and she’s absolutely not ready to step in and take his place. Washington DC has never been more radically out of step with the will of the American people than right now, ” said Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action.
“Our message to America is this: Washington doesn’t care what you think. Get the attention of those who do. Make sure your governor, state representative, and local elected officials know where you stand. They can actually deliver for you, and will pay attention to your priorities.”
The poll also found that “31.6% of American voters are somewhat confident or very confident Kamala Harris is ready to be President, based on her performance as Vice President.”
Notably, even 40% of Democrats and the majority of Independents do not trust Harris’ leadership capabilities.
The poll found that “61.8% of Independent voters are not very confident or not confident at all Kamala Harris is ready to be President, based on her performance as Vice President, and that “88.4% of Republican voters are not very confident or not confident at all Kamala Harris is ready to be President” for the same reasons.
Whether Harris is considering a run for president or not, it seems things need to change for her if she hopes to have any success.
The poll was conducted July 12th through July 13th surveying more than 1,000 likely 2022 voters.