Only 33 percent of likely U.S. voters believe Vice President Kamala Harris has handled the border crisis excellent or good. Forty-eight percent said she has done a poor job of dealing with the crisis, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey.
Sixty-two percent of voters said the current situation at the southern border is a crisis. Just 22 percent said it is not and 17 percent are not sure. Forty-nine percent said President Joe Biden’s immigration policy is worse than former President Donald J. Trump’s. Thirty-five percent said it is better and 11 percent said there is not much difference.
Of note, while 24 percent of Democrats rate Harris’s handling of the border as excellent, just six percent of Republicans and seven percent of unaffiliated voters agree.