Feinstein on the Ropes: 63% of CA Voters Demand Resignation, Biden & Harris Approval Plummets

A recent survey released by Emerson College Polling and Inside California Politics has shown that Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s seat is at risk. A vast majority of Californian voters, 63%, believe that Sen. Feinstein should resign from her position, while 37% believe that she should finish her term. It is interesting to note that older voters, 68% of those over the age of 50, want Feinstein to leave, while only 58% of voters under 50 support the same idea.

Moreover, the results paint a bleak picture for Feinstein, with only 22% of Californian voters approving of the job she is doing. Conversely, 48% disapprove, while 31% stay neutral. It seems that Democratic voters are rapidly losing faith in the senator, with only 72% saying they would vote for President Joe Biden in 2024.

Meanwhile, 44% of respondents approve of Biden’s job in office, while 40% disapprove and 17% stay neutral. Surprisingly, Vice President Kamala Harris, a former office-holder in California, received a measly 37% job approval rating. Aside from the politicians in power, respondents stated that homelessness, housing affordability, and the economy are their primary concerns.

Furthermore, 77% of respondents agreed that addressing the fentanyl crisis should be a priority for the state legislature this year. This statement indicates that many Californians are worried about the drug epidemic, and they hope that the authorities can come up with an effective solution to this problem.

The survey also revealed that former President Donald Trump remains popular among Republican voters in California, with 53% supporting him. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was the next preferred candidate, with 19% support, followed by former Vice President Mike Pence, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, and Sen. Tim Scott, with 10%, 6%, and 4% support, respectively.

Overall, the current survey does not bode well for Feinstein and other politicians in power. It reflects the end of their tenure and lack of popularity among Californian voters. Perhaps it is time to make way for a new generation of officials who will address the changing needs of people in California.

Source: Townhall

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