Most voters either do not like – or just do not know – the freshman Republic of Alexandria Occasio-Cortez, DN.Y.
This is, according to a new study by Quinnipiac University, which examined both the Democrats and Republicans of the 29th Annual New Yorker, who at least on Capitol Hill and the media is a political sensation.
"It's definitely not A-OK for the AOC, I do not know who she is," says Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Cunningake University Survey
The research department reported that Occasio Cortez received a negative rating for the benefit of 23-36%, as 38%
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Most voters or dislikes congressional freshman or not knowing who she is
The same study 33% believe it is good for the Democratic Party, while 36% say the opposite.
A total of 1358 voters from across the country have been surveyed According to Quinnipiac, 559 Democrats and Democrats and 582 Republicans and Republicans "
The same poll binds former Vice President Joe Biden as Democratic Party leader for 2020, with 29% of Democrats and Democrats saying they will vote mainly in the first – if he joins the race.
Sen. Bernie Sanders came second, followed by Beto O'Rourke and Senator Kamala Harris. The results from Quinnipiac came on the heels of another negative poll for Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.
The rock star's first grade saw its unfavorable leap in Gallup's ratings released earlier this month, with most of the public looking at it negatively rather than favorably.
The survey showed that Okasio-Cortez's unfavorable rating grew by 15 points since last September when it has not yet won the general election, rising from 26% to 41% of the surveyed adult Americans. managed to increase its gratitude rating, but only 7 points. About 31% of respondents look at it favorably, compared with 24% in September.
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Cortez became more and more widely recognized throughout the country. More people interviewed know the Democrats in New York than they knew Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Marco Rubio, or Ted Cruise as Freshmen.