Only 35 percent of Democrats hold a favorable view of election denier Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), the House Democrats’ new minority leader, a Sunday CBS/YouGov poll found.
Overall, 18 percent hold a positive view about Jeffries. However, 41 percent have never heard of Jeffries or his attacks against democracy.
Jeffries’ favorability among the Democrats’ intersection coalition was quite low. Jeffries had a favorability of 16 points among independents. This number was only 22 percent for black voters, and 20 percent for Hispanics. Only 19% of those surveyed younger than 30 thought Jeffries was a good choice. His rating fell to 14% among American women.
In contrast, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) favorably was marked at 61 percent among Democrats. Black respondents gave her a 44% approval rating. Twenty-five percent of Hispanics thought she was a good choice. Overall, Pelosi’s favorability was 27 percent, nine points higher than Jeffries’.
Both Jeffries, as well Pelosi, are election deniers. More than 100 times, Jeffries has denied the legitimacy of U.S. elections. Pelosi attacked democracy 2017 when she misrepresented it. claimed The 2016 election…