Kirsters Baish| Democratic House Minority Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not doing the Democrat Party any favors. I think we all understand this by now. While Conservatives would be thrilled to see Pelosi leave the political world and retire, at the same time she really is doing the Republican Party a favor by dragging out her career. The woman can barely let out a single sentence without making the entire Democrat Party look bad. Her constant rambling and mumbling isn’t very professional. Anyone could tell you that.
Just take a look at the findings of a recent poll. The Democrats are not going to be happy about this one.
A new poll conducted by America First Action Super PAC, President Donald Trump’s official Super PAC, shows that Democrats in Ohio are in serious trouble of losing their re-election bids while House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi proves to be an anchor on her party’s November chances.
The poll, provided exclusively to Breitbart News ahead of its public release, perhaps most surprisingly shows incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) in danger of potentially losing to GOP Senate nominee Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH). The survey shows Brown, who was thought to be safe without a serious chance of losing in November, only leading Renacci by 4 points–inside the poll’s margin of error. The statistical tie between Renacci and Brown in this key rust belt state means the populist Brown is going to have a fight on his hands from Renacci and the GOP, as this key rust belt state that voted overwhelmingly–more than 8 percent–for Trump over Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton in the 2016 presidential election is heating up.
There’s a very specific reason that the Democratic Party isn’t doing well in the polls. This recent poll found that President Donald Trump had a higher rate of voters who felt that he was trustworthy than Nancy Pelosi did. When those polled were questioned as to why they trust more to lead the country, the overwhelming amount of people explained that they trusted Trump and the GOP in Congress more than they trusted Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats in Congress. President Trump is winning in the polls by the double digits in the state of Ohio. 45 percent of those polled sided with him and the Republicans. Only 35 percent supported Pelosi and the Democratic Party.
This is a crushing blow for the Democratic Party. Sherrod Brown losing, alone, would be a big problem for the Democrats. Their “blue wave” isn’t looking very promising.
This is also a pretty rude awakening for Nancy Pelosi. She might be a large contributing factor in why the “blue wave” will never be a real thing.