New Trafalgar Group Poll Says 63 Percent Of Voters Not Confident VP Harris Ready To Be President
When it comes to the cognitive capabilities of current President Joe Biden, a lot of folks are worried that he’s not doing so good, which of course raises concerns that he might, at some point, be considered unfit for duty, meaning Vice President Kamala Harris would become the next commander-in-chief.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of American voters don’t feel Harris is actually ready to take over the White House. At least that’s what 63 percent of participants of a Trafalgar Poll said.
Participants were asked, “Based on her performance as Vice President, how confident are you that Kamala Harris is ready to be President?”
A total of 58.6 percent said they were “not confident at all” and another 5 percent stated they were “not very confident,” in the survey that was conducted between July 12-13.
Only 22.2% said they were “very confident” Harris was ready to be president, and 9.4% said they were “somewhat confident.” Another 4.8% said they were not sure.
Even 42.6% of Democrats said they either were “not confident at all” (35.7%) or “not very confident” (6.9%) in Harris being ready to assume the nation’s top office.
Only 38.3% of Democrats were “very confident” in Harris, according to the survey.
Not surprisingly, 83.8% of Republicans said they had no confidence Harris was ready to lead the country, and another 4.6% said they were not very confident.
Among independents and unaffiliated voters, 59.1% said they had no confidence, and only 19.1% said they were very confident Harris was ready to be chief executive.
More Democrats (39.3%) than Republicans (35.6%) responded in the Trafalgar poll.
More than 63% of the poll respondents were 45 years old or older, and 71.2% were caucasian. Blacks (12.3%), Hispanics (11.5%), and Asians (3.9%) also took part in the survey.
Why so much doubt about the current leadership capabilities of the vice president?
Well, some of that might have to do with the fact she’s been an utter failure when it comes to addressing the border crisis, which she was tasked to do by President Joe Biden.
It took her months to even pay a visit to the southern border to see the situation for herself, and even then, she went to the place where things weren’t so bad.
If she can’t handle this crisis, how can she handle the other, more stressful parts of being president?