Kamala Harris’s approval rating at just 35% in her home state of California

Vice President Kamala Harris’s approval rating has dropped to a surprising 35% in her home state of California, according to a recent poll.

Breitbart News reported on a Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies’ recent poll which found that only about 1 in 3 Californians approve of what Harris is doing in the White House.

That is contrasted by 45% who disapprove of the job she’s doing and 21% who had “no opinion” on her job performance, which is up from 15% who had “no opinion” in February of this year.

Mark DiCamillo, the poll’s director, explained the statistic saying that “a number of voters are in a reevaluation mode.” While that might not sound either good or bad, it’s not a good sign for the Vice President.

“It’s not as if they’ve all gone to disapproval. They’ve gone to having no opinion,” DiCamillo said. “That’s not as bad but certainly not good for the vice president in her home state.”

Despite her time working in state politics there, Harris’ statistics aren’t much better at all in California’s Bay Area, where she spent most of her public service career.

Just 38% of her former constituents in the Bay Area approve of the job Harris is doing, despite sending her to Washington as a senator and eventually the first female Vice President of the country.

These numbers are even more devastating for the vice president’s future political aspirations, as they are worse than President Joe Biden’s support statistics.

The president has about a 50% approval rating in California, which is not altogether surprising, since it’s a little better than his national average, and the state of California is, on average, at least a little more progressive than the rest of the country.