Nearly 3/4 of Likely 2022 Voters Say Border Queen Harris is Doing a Bad Job

According to a new poll released Thursday, nearly 75 percent of U.S. voters give Kamala Harris a failing grade on handling the crisis at the southern border. 

As previously reported by Human Events News, in March, Joe Biden handed Harris the border crisis on a silver platter, making her the leader of coordinating the government’s diplomatic efforts with Mexico and Central American countries to stop the influx of illegal migrants. 

The new Trafalgar Group/Convention of States poll shows a whopping 74.9 percent of American voters think Harris has done a “poor job with the southern border crisis since President Biden put her in charge in March of 2021.” 

Only 6.5 percent said she’s done an “excellent” job. 

Additionally, 54.6 percent of democrats and 80.3 percent of independents said Harris has done a bad job. 

The poll of over 1,000 likely 2022 election voters was conducted from September 29 through October 1, Just the News reports. 

“These numbers signal clearly that the American people see Vice President Harris’ management of the southern border crisis as an unmitigated disaster,” Mark Meckler, president of Convention of States Action, said. “The Biden administration is bungling this crisis beyond what most people could have imagined.”