Pelosi Polling Plunges
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According to the Rasmussen pollsters, the Speaker's favorability ratings have dropped rather substantially during a two-week period. Perhaps the public was turned off by her obnoxious performance in San Francisco, cheerleading illegal aliens and insulting law-enforcement officers as "un-American" for doing their jobs.
Sixty percent (60%) of U.S. voters now have an unfavorable opinion of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, including 42% Very Unfavorable, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. A growing number of her doubters seem to be fellow Democrats.

While these are Pelosi's highest negatives yet in the current session of Congress, Republican congressional leaders haven't been the beneficiaries. Their numbers remain virtually unchanged.

Thirty-four percent (34%) have a favorable view of Pelosi, with nine percent (9%) Very Favorable. Just seven percent (7%) have no opinion of the speaker.

Two weeks ago, 36% viewed the San Francisco congresswoman favorably (15% Very Favorable) while 53% had an unfavorable opinion of her, including 37% Very Unfavorable. Eleven percent (11%) were undecided.

Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Democrats now view Pelosi favorably, including 16% who have a Very Favorable view. But in the previous survey, 65% of Democrats liked Pelosi, with 27% Very Favorable. [60% View Pelosi Unfavorably, Rasmussen Poll, March 27, 2009]

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