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Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t popular among likely U.S. voters.

Fifty-four percent of likely voters have an unfavorable view of AOC, including 44 percent who have a very unfavorable view of her.

Just 16 percent have a very favorable view of AOC. Eighteen percent have a somewhat favorable view.

Rasmussen Reports released the new phone and online survey. While more voters express a negative opinion of Nancy Pelosi (48 percent say it is very unfavorable), more voters believe congressional Democrats should be more like Pelosi than AOC.

Author: Jacob Hall