New poll reveals Ocasio-Cortez has a terrible approval rating in her own district

A new poll reveals that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is very disliked her in her own district and has a terrible approval rating.

Now it should be noted first that the group which commissioned the poll, Stop The AOC PAC, is not a fan of the congresswoman at all. The group owner has filed an FEC complaint against her already.

That said, the pollster is called Mobilize the Message and they found some shocking results, including a very low 21% approval rating.

As DC Examiner points out, these were the key findings:

  • 42% are unfamiliar with AOC.
  • 51% have an unfavorable view of her.
  • 33% are ready to vote against her, and only 13% would vote for her.


The poll was conducted from April 29 – June 7 by canvassers going from door to door.

They surveyed 2,261 homes out of 10,556 homes attempted.

They asked 5 questions:

Out of the near 60% who are familiar with AOC, just over half of them do not like the job she’s doing. Among the other half, there are more who are unsure about her than there are those who approve of the job she’s doing.

I’m sure this is a startling poll for AOC, but my guess is that she will publicly dismiss it as a right-wing hit job, if she addresses it at all.

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75 thoughts on “New poll reveals Ocasio-Cortez has a terrible approval rating in her own district

    1. If that happens I think I’ll throw a party. What great news! There may be hope for New York after all. We’ll see who’s the boss!

    1. If that happens I think I’ll throw a party. What great news! There may be hope for New York after all. We’ll see who’s the boss!

  1. I find it disconcerting that the Amazon debacle disappeared so quickly from the news.

    She caused tens of thousands of jobs losses singlehandedly. I hope she will be be held to account for this at a later date.

  2. That yes pledge question is poorly written… I don’t think you can trust a question like that…

    But I hope she is a one termer.

    It seems like ages between elections if you focus on the ones you don’t like…

  3. She won with not by 17k votes and I heard is was a job interview…she got the job…if we thought this last midterms and Presidential election was a disaster, this one is going to do us in. Guaranteed the fraud and corruption to get all conservatives and sort of okay republicans out. If we lose this one, there will never be a democratic election again…

  4. Polls don’t mean anything. Sometimes people agree with things they think the pollster wants them to agree with (especially face-to-face). We see a similar phenomenon with exit polls. I wouldn’t put any stock in this poll. The one poll I’ll believe is the final tally after an election….and even those are tampered with (and we have to live with it).

    Just one question….how do you hire a job?

  5. Pushing away all those high paying Amazon jobs is going to bite her in her twerking butt!

  6. I love how almost half of them have no idea who their own Congressman is, and are unsure of their own views.

    That’s why we have the Legislature that we have, folks. Voting party instead of people, policies, and principles.

    1. Not making excuses for myself,however gerrymandering in California’s Orange and L.A. Counties Districts played a big part in me being unsure.

    1. They’re still trying to figure out if they (personally) like boys, or if they like girls….

  7. I’ve said it a million times polls mean nothing to me especially this far out but gotta love all those unsure replies, and that ladies and gentlemen is how people like her get voted in time after time.

    1. @ruthiedoggiemom Except there’s nothing to indicate that these people voted. Over 40% of them either don’t know anything about her or they don’t even know who she is.

      1. That’s a question that should have been asked but heck who is to even say these volunteers even went door to door they could have all met daily at a local Starbucks or took the train to Coney Island or a baseball game and killed the day.

        1. @ruthiedoggiemom I agree…they should have asked and categorized them as opinions for those that voted and those that didn’t. Those that didn’t are more likely to not vote the next time either.

        2. Its been known that many canvasers did not finish canvasing,if you know what I mean jelly bean. LOL

      2. Two things I learned in my Stat class,don’t call it Stats,but call it the Statistics Class and two, numbers do not lie ,but people do.

        1. @bigsir74 Yes, people lie and it produces unreliable numbers. Although, I would challenge that numbers don’t lie. Liberals have been well known for tinkering with them so they may not even be right.

          1. Then that is the fault of the person using the numbers.When you suggested people lie,end of story as far as statistics are concerned.

            1. @bigsir74 Yeah, I guess that’s true. The numbers would just be reflecting the lie being pushed.

              1. Thanks Kong.by the way playing those penny slots I came home only losing $200.Enough said about Penny slots.

                1. @bigsir74 That’s why I don’t gamble. It’s addictive and most people end up losing more money trying to win some of it back.

    2. When you consider how many people out there aren’t even sure what gender they are, is THIS any surprise? Really? :facepalmg:

  8. With 56.64% unsure if she has their best interests in mind, I’d say she’s probably a shoe-in for re-election. These people must live under a rock.

  9. Yeah, but (and correct me if I’m wrong) even if she’s voted out doesn’t she still get that $170,000 pension?

    1. @bikerhoop No she doesn’t. She needs to serve 6 years and then, due to her age, she will have to wait decades before she can collect her pension.

    1. Nah @democratsrfubar probably open a bar with that loser boyfriend of hers and her manager or whoever he is since there has been so much talk about $$$$$$$$$$ that was put in their pockets.

    1. Knowing you, I swear I thought you were going to say she has a “pole”… (somewhere in her house?).

  10. I find it disconcerting that the Amazon debacle disappeared so quickly from the news.

    She caused tens of thousands of jobs losses singlehandedly. I hope she will be be held to account for this at a later date.

  11. That yes pledge question is poorly written… I don’t think you can trust a question like that…

    But I hope she is a one termer.

    It seems like ages between elections if you focus on the ones you don’t like…

  12. She won with not by 17k votes and I heard is was a job interview…she got the job…if we thought this last midterms and Presidential election was a disaster, this one is going to do us in. Guaranteed the fraud and corruption to get all conservatives and sort of okay republicans out. If we lose this one, there will never be a democratic election again…

  13. Polls don’t mean anything. Sometimes people agree with things they think the pollster wants them to agree with (especially face-to-face). We see a similar phenomenon with exit polls. I wouldn’t put any stock in this poll. The one poll I’ll believe is the final tally after an election….and even those are tampered with (and we have to live with it).

    Just one question….how do you hire a job?

  14. Pushing away all those high paying Amazon jobs is going to bite her in her twerking butt!

  15. I love how almost half of them have no idea who their own Congressman is, and are unsure of their own views.

    That’s why we have the Legislature that we have, folks. Voting party instead of people, policies, and principles.

    1. Not making excuses for myself,however gerrymandering in California’s Orange and L.A. Counties Districts played a big part in me being unsure.

    1. They’re still trying to figure out if they (personally) like boys, or if they like girls….

  16. I’ve said it a million times polls mean nothing to me especially this far out but gotta love all those unsure replies, and that ladies and gentlemen is how people like her get voted in time after time.

    1. @ruthiedoggiemom Except there’s nothing to indicate that these people voted. Over 40% of them either don’t know anything about her or they don’t even know who she is.

      1. That’s a question that should have been asked but heck who is to even say these volunteers even went door to door they could have all met daily at a local Starbucks or took the train to Coney Island or a baseball game and killed the day.

        1. @ruthiedoggiemom I agree…they should have asked and categorized them as opinions for those that voted and those that didn’t. Those that didn’t are more likely to not vote the next time either.

        2. Its been known that many canvasers did not finish canvasing,if you know what I mean jelly bean. LOL

      2. Two things I learned in my Stat class,don’t call it Stats,but call it the Statistics Class and two, numbers do not lie ,but people do.

        1. @bigsir74 Yes, people lie and it produces unreliable numbers. Although, I would challenge that numbers don’t lie. Liberals have been well known for tinkering with them so they may not even be right.

          1. Then that is the fault of the person using the numbers.When you suggested people lie,end of story as far as statistics are concerned.

    2. When you consider how many people out there aren’t even sure what gender they are, is THIS any surprise? Really? :facepalmg:

  17. With 56.64% unsure if she has their best interests in mind, I’d say she’s probably a shoe-in for re-election. These people must live under a rock.

  18. Yeah, but (and correct me if I’m wrong) even if she’s voted out doesn’t she still get that $170,000 pension?

    1. @bikerhoop No she doesn’t. She needs to serve 6 years and then, due to her age, she will have to wait decades before she can collect her pension.

    1. Nah @democratsrfubar probably open a bar with that loser boyfriend of hers and her manager or whoever he is since there has been so much talk about $$$$$$$$$$ that was put in their pockets.

    1. Knowing you, I swear I thought you were going to say she has a “pole”… (somewhere in her house?).

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