Poll Reveals What Americans Really Think About AOC and SocialismIsa Ryan
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) may be one of the most well-known members of Congress…but do people actually like her?
She may get a ton of media attention and social media traffic, but, as it so happens, voters aren’t actually all that crazy about her.
She’s like a train wreck that we can’t look away from, I guess.
The New York Post reports that nearly 60 percent of the nation has a negative opinion of AOC.
Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?
75 percent, meanwhile, aren’t interested in her brand of socialism, either.
When asked whether the free-market economy or socialism was better, 75 percent of likely voters chose capitalism.
Just 11 percent backed socialism.
And we’re expected to believe they showed up to vote for Biden, who let AOC’s wing of the party completely transform him from a “moderate” to far-left progressive who backs healthcare for illegal aliens and free college tuition?
These answers came from a Heartland Institute/Rasmussen poll.
Another 14 percent of respondents said they were “not sure” about their economic preferences.
“Likely voters hate socialism,” the pollster concluded.
Yeah, we can see that!
“Despite the countless calls for more socialism among elites in media and Hollywood, Americans aren’t interested in adopting the same socialist policies that have led to mass poverty wherever they have been tried,” the Illinois-based Heartland Institute explained in a statement released on Wednesday, The Washington Times reported.
58 percent of likely voters say they have a “somewhat” or “very” unfavorable opinion of socialist princess AOC.
Just 37 percent say they have a “very” or “somewhat” favorable opinion of her.
Just fifteen percent had no opinion of the firebrand progressive congresswoman.
Respondents, meanwhile, were more evenly split on their view of Joe Biden.
47 of respondents had a “somewhat” or “very” unfavorable opinion of the “President-Elect”, while 51 percent had a “somewhat” or “very” favorable view of the career politician.