In conversation with ABC News’ Linsey Davis on Monday, epically incompetent Vice President Kamala Harris claimed hilariously that she has stellar approval ratings in some polls, after which she was mocked ruthlessly on social media.
In June, an NBC News poll found that only 32% of registered voters have a positive view of Harris, compared to 49% with a negative view, including 39% with a “very negative view.” This left Harris with a net -17 rating, which NBC News noted is “the lowest for any vice president in the poll’s history.”
Davis asked the vice president, “How much of a role, if any, that you feel that race and gender play in that?”
Kamala replied with no evidence, “Well, there are polls that also say I have great approval ratings.”
The RNC Research account retweeted its video of the exchange and said, “There are literally no such polls.”
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer challenged Harris: “Name one.”
“There are literally zero polls showing Kamala Harris with ‘great approval ratings,’” GOP rapid response director Jake Schneider tweeted. He went on to share the numbers from NBC’s poll and asked, “Was this one of the ‘great’ polls she was talking about?”
Republican National Committee member Jay Shepard said, “Now we can all laugh at her the way she laughs.”
“Yeah those polls don’t exist,” Blunt Force Truth podcast co-host Dr. Mark Young tweeted.
“Narrator: There are no polls that say Harris has great approval ratings,” Twitchy’s Doug Powers wrote.