Rasmussen survey: More people give poor marks to Harris on border crisis

Kamala Harris
Kamala Harris is taking heat in a Rasmussen survey about her handling of the border crisis. )YouTube, ABC News)

Kamala Harris is in trouble for her poor handling of the border crisis, according to a new Rasmussen survey released Wednesday.

Rasmussen reported that only 33 percent of likely voters “rate Harris’s handling of America’s immigration problems as excellent or good, while 48% say the vice president has done a poor job of dealing with the crisis since being assigned to the task by President Joe Biden.”

When Harris was challenged by NBC’s Lester Holt more a month ago about why she hadn’t been to the border, her flippant reply that she hadn’t been to Europe, either, drove her ratings deep into negative territory.

According to Rasmussen, “Sixty-two percent (62%) of voters say the current situation at the U.S.-Mexico border is a crisis – a word the Biden administration spent months avoiding – while 22% say it’s not a crisis and 17% are not sure.”

On top of that, Rasmussen learned that 49 percent of voters “believe the Biden administration’s immigration police is worse than the policy of former President Donald Trump.”

While Biden and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are both in the spotlight for pushing gun control responses to rising violent crime, Harris has been taking heat for her questionable handling of the border assignment, which she was handed more than three months ago.

“Seventy-eight percent (78%) of Republicans rate Harris’s handling of the immigration problem as poor,” Rasmussen reported, “as do 17% of Democrats and 52% of voters not affiliated with either major party.”

That’s not good, but it is also marked by a partisan divide. The polling company also noted, “Twenty-four percent (24%) of Democrats rate Harris’s handling of the immigration problem as excellent, a view shared by just six percent (6%) of Republicans and seven percent (7%) of unaffiliated voters.”

Continuing along the partisan divide, “Seventy-nine percent (79%) of Republicans think Biden’s immigration policy is worse than Trump’s, as do 20% of Democrats and 50% of unaffiliated voters,” Rasmussen revealed. “Sixty-three percent (63%) of Democrats believe Biden’s immigration policy is better than Trump’s, a view shared by 12% of Republicans and 27% of unaffiliated voters.”


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