A majority of likely Republican voters in the United States want to get rid of Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as Senate GOP leader, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.
The survey found that 62 percent of Republican voters want to get rid of him as the Senate Republican leader. Among the self-identified conservative voters, 66 percent said they want the Senate Republicans to have a new leader.
Additionally, an unsurprising majority of Democrats (58 percent) felt the same way, in addition to 63 percent of voters not affiliated with any party.
Overall, there was only 28 percent of voters who said they had a favorable impression of the minority leader, with only five percent of that being a very favorable opinion of him. This is down from the already low 31 percent who viewed McConnell favorably in August.
The poll also found that supporters of President Joe Biden, a…