A newly released poll shows that the leadership of Establishment RINOs Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan is on shaky ground.
The new poll of 1,000 likely voters by McLaughlin & Associates, commissioned by the Center for Security Policy and the Eagle Forum, shows that a near supermajority of voters, 63 percent, want both Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, specifically replaced.
Perhaps even more damaging, is that just 15 percent of those polled want to keep the Surrender Caucus leaders, while 22 percent are “unsure.”
As you can see by the following graphic, courtesy of McLaughlin & Associates, the desire to oust both Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell runs deep and across the board, with very little variance among the various groups:
Amazingly (but maybe not if you think about it), more Republicans want the RINO duo gone at a higher rate than Democrats, who probably appreciate their caving into Obama on nearly every issue for the past eight years, like deficit spending, funding Planned Butcherhood, the treasonous Iran Deal, and funding the Obamacare debacle.
Sixty-eight percent of Republicans want new GOP leadership, while 63 percent of Democrats would like to see them replaced.