Shock: John McCain More Popular With Democrats Than Republicans After Latest Back-Stab; Jeff Flake's Approval Rate Plummets
The Republican Party has been controlled by liberals for a very, very long time.
John McCain is enjoying high levels of approval from many voters -- just not those in his own party.
A new Quinnipiac poll showed 39% of Republican voters held a positive view of McCain and 49% held a negative view. By contrast, Democratic voters hold a 74% positive view of McCain compared to 18% negative, for a plus-56 net rating.
Meanwhile, Jeff Fake, who's been auditioning to join the Democrat Party and #TheResistance, sees his approval rate plummet in a new PPP poll.
Yes, it's PPP, and yes, they're unreliable. Still -- this is a big shift: He's now at 18% approval, 63% disapproval.
A disaster, one might say. Terrible!
Even the more reliable Morning Consult puts him in dangerous waters, and that was before he began sending in audition tapes to be Keith Olbermann's sidekick:
Morning Consult polled Arizona from early April to mid-June and found Flake at 36/42 approval overall and 51/35 among Republicans.
Sad! And that invites -- begs -- a primary challenger.
Friday, August 04, 2017
Democrats like McCain
Ace of Spades reports,