A new poll revealed that at least 56% of participants prefer that Nancy Pelosi, the U.S. House speaker, be replaced in her position.

Only 31% of those polled would allow her to be re-elected to a fourth term, indicated Politico/Morning Consult’s research according to Townhall on Dec. 22.

“More than half of registered voters have unfavorable opinions of both Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi,” said Kyle Dropp, the co-founder and president of Morning Consult. “Each expects to remain in charge of their respective chambers next year when leadership elections are formally held but will have to deal with slim majorities in the new Congress, at best, after the 2020 election,” citing “The Sara Carter Show.”

Even more critical for Pelosi’s outlook is the Democratic Party’s failure to increase its majority in the House, losing nine seats while the Republicans won 14.

The same poll indicates that 83% of Republicans do not want Pelosi in the same position, and only 22 percent of Independents would like her re-elected, while 59% rejected her.

The poll was conducted between Dec. 18 and Dec. 20, with the participation of 1,995 registered voters.

The poll confirms what had already been predicted by analysts.

Moreover, this response is consistent with the setback suffered in the elections, apparently caused by the majority of Americans’ rejection of the strong drift toward the radical left, promoted by the Democrats.

Ongoing demands generated by the massive evidence of fraud that passed votes from President Trump to the Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, do not favor Pelosi’s re-election.

Additionally, Pelosi has—for months—blocked the economic relief that President Trump tried to extend to citizens as an aid to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus disaster.

To further undermine Pelosi and the Democratic leadership, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), spoke out against them and encouraged a change in her party’s leadership.

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