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Three Quarters of Republicans Want Ronna McDaniel Gone – RedState


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A poll from late December seems to show what a lot of conservative activists have known all along – Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel should no longer be in charge.

Survey by Trafalgar was done for the group Convention of States Action. It showed that close to 75 percent of Republican voters thought the RNC needed a new chairperson, with just over 5 percent saying that McDaniel should continue as the RNC’s leader. More than 20 percent of voters weren’t sure what the RNC should do.

What’s more, 68 percent of voters feel the RNC was ineffective in getting Republicans elected in November 2022, implying that the organization is at least partially to blame for the party’s failure to secure the Senate and a more comfortable majority in the House.

Of course, voters aren’t just blaming McDaniel and the RNC, as around 63 percent of voters also feel the GOP and its congressional leadership were also ineffective in getting the party across the finish line last year.

Both groups are currently under pressure.

McDaniel in particular is under intense pressure to be removed from her top position at the RNC. She has been there for longer…

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