Less than a majority of Americans approve of the Democrats’ $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure, an internal survey from the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) showed.
The survey, taken February 24-28, 2021, among 1,000 voters across 85 battleground congressional districts, found 44 percent expressing support for the left’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure, which Democrats in both chambers have approved.
“House Democrats’ corrupt, $1.9 trillion ‘COVID-relief’ [coronavirus] package that provides a bailout to mismanaged state governments is not popular,” the NRCC said in the memo. “Just 44% of voters, including just 38% of Independents, agree with Pelosi’s Blue State bailout.”
The low approval of the measure, which Republican lawmakers note is filled with pork and Democrat pet projects, coincides with other aspects of the survey, showing Pelosi extremely unfavorable across the board — a fact that could prove to be difficult for Democrats, who seek to maintain their slim House majority in 2022.
The speaker, who turns 81 this month, has a 41 percent favorable rating and 52 percent unfavorable rating. Among the latter, 45 percent hold”very” unfavorable views.
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