Nancy Pelosi is not going to like what this poll says about her keeping her job in 2022
Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are defending one of the narrowest Congressional majorities in American history.
The slightest misstep could cost them everything.
And now Nancy Pelosi is not going to like what this poll says about her keeping her job in 2022.
Republicans only need to flip five seats in the House of Representatives to retake the majority.
Democrats pinned their hopes for victory on a $3.5 trillion spending bill that Republicans slammed as pushing America one step closer to becoming a socialist nation.
Pelosi and other Socialists in Congress figured $3.5 trillion would create so many social welfare programs they’d buy off enough votes to keep them in the majority.
They might have badly miscalculated.
A brand new poll from the American Action Network shows the $3.5 trillion social welfare spending bill underwater in three of the most highly-competitive Congressional Districts currently held by Democrats.
The Daily Caller reports:
The $3.5 trillion Build Back Better Act has a more than 50% disapproval rating in three key swing districts, a new poll released Wednesday shows.
The poll found that more than 50% of voters in Iowa’s Third District, New Jersey’s Seventh District, and Virginia’s Second District oppose the social spending package, which Democrats are hoping to pass through the budget reconciliation process. American Action Network, a center-right advocacy group, commissioned the poll of 400 registered voters in each jurisdiction for internal Republican Party use. The poll was conducted from Sept. 18-21 and has a 4.9% margin of error.
If Republicans win those three seats, they would only have to find two more flips to boot Nancy Pelosi from her perch as Speaker of the House.
Nancy Pelosi’s second run as Speaker of the House has been a disaster.
There were the two outrageous, completely-partisan attempts to impeach President Trump.
Pelosi also presided over the loss of 14 seats in the House in the 2020 election when Speaker Pelosi herself predicted Democrats would gain 15 to 20 new seats.
And now Pelosi’s pet legislative project is backfiring and could cost Democrats the majority.