What Does AOC’s District Think of Her? Check Out the Polling Numbers for This One Term Member of Congress


If you think the country has a low opinion of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, you should see what the people living in her district think. Nationwide, she has an approval rating of 23% but in her district, her approval rating is only 21%.

That makes her slightly less popular than STDs. People describe her as disliked, distrusted and unwanted. That means her chances of getting reelected are about the same as the proverbial snowball in hell. Maybe a little lower.

I’m sure that her chasing Amazon out of New York City plays a big part in her rating but I also have to believe that they are turned off by her constant lies and lack of knowledge.

From The Conservative Tribune

Maybe that’s why the left doesn’t seem to want to talk about a recent survey showing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s favorability rating at 21 percent.

That is a lower number than any favorability poll result in Donald Trump’s presidency.

According to the Washington Examiner, the survey found AOC was “disliked, distrusted,” and “unwanted” — in her own congressional district.

The survey was conducted among registered voters by a political action committee investigating alleged Federal Election Commission violations by AOC.

The committee, Stop The AOC PAC, found that just 11 percent of Ocasio-Cortez’s constituents thought she had their best interests in mind. The survey results showed the cause was likely AOC’s opposition to Amazon placing a major operations hub near her New York district.

Per the Washington Examiner, the survey found the following:

  • 42 percent are unfamiliar with AOC.
  • 51 percent have an unfavorable view of AOC.
  • 33 percent are ready to vote against AOC, and only 13 percent would vote for her.
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