A sizable number of voters think Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) does not measure up to most of her predecessors as speaker of the House, a survey by Rasmussen Reports released on Tuesday, Oct. 22 shows.
Rasmussen’s latest survey found that 42% of all Likely U.S. Voters think Pelosi is doing a worse job than most House speakers.
About 29% of Americans said the Democratic speaker is doing a better job, while 22% rate her performance as about the same as most of her predecessors in the job.
Though Pelosi is performing worse than the previous U.S. House speakers, Democrats are still enthusiastically supporting her.
Rasmussen said it conducted the telephone and online survey with 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters from Oct. 17 to Oct. 20.
Pelosi is working with House Democrats on the impeachment inquiry she announced last month against President Donald Trump, but the inquiry has no respect for due process.
According to the White House, the speaker has refused to bring the inquiry to a vote, which shows House Democrats have no serious interest in searching out truth or justice.
Two weeks ago, Republican Rep. Ralph Abraham (R-La.) introduced a resolution to expel Pelosi from the House, claiming she had abused the Office of the Speaker to pursue a witch hunt against President Trump.