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New polls say Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell isn’t getting as many votes as he used to.

More than half of Republican voters don’t like how the Kentucky lawmaker is doing, according to a Gallup survey that came out Monday.

During the first half of December, a poll was done. It found that 46 percent of Republican voters thought McConnell did a good job as Senate minority leader.

He came last in a survey of 11 federal officials, with just 34% of the public giving him a thumbs-up. Three-quarters of Democrats and 64% of independents don’t like how the GOP leader is doing.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California, has a 71 percent approval rating from Republicans, but he still has a 46 percent approval rating overall, which is still bad.

Former President Trump and Mitch McConnell have had disagreements in the past, which may have hurt McConnell’s popularity with the GOP base. Several times, Mr. Trump has asked Mr. McConnell to step down.

Mr. McCarthy, on the other hand, has had a good relationship with the former president, which could help Republicans like him more.

The California Republican is the most popular member of Congress.

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Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, a Democrat from New York, had a 44 percent approval rating from people who took the survey. He was liked by 76% of Democrats and 40% of independents. Only 11% of Republicans think he did a good job.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, was only liked by 40% of people who took the survey. She got a thumbs up from 6 percent of Republicans, 38 percent of independents, and 71 percent of Democrats.

Only three of the people who took the survey had good ratings overall: U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, and Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease Dr. Anthony Fauci.

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