Kamala Harris, polling at 3%, deadlocked with Bloomberg

Kamala Harris, polling at 3%, deadlocked with Bloomberg

Sen. Kamala Harris is currently polling at just 3 percent, according to a poll released Friday. Harris is deadlocked with Michael Bloomberg in a Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted Nov. 12-14. -- even though Bloomberg hasn’t even formally announced his 2020 candidacy. Separately, several of Harris’ aides are calling for campaign manager Juan Rodriguez’s resignation.

James Sanford (Retroambassador)
James Sanford (Retroambassador) 3 months

tulsi basically single handedly killed kamala's campaign. good riddance.

Paul C
Paul C 3 months

If you are having trouble doing better than someone not even officially in the race, might be time to throw in the towel. Just saying...

porcus 3 months

Kamala is inept, unqualified, and unable. She is doomed now that there is public calls about this failure.

Gerald 3 months

Kamala was destroyed the night Tulsi Gabbard bombed her with truths. Liars don't deserve to win. I don't agree with Tulsi's views, but I have respect for her.

bobby_5150 3 months

As far fetched as it seems, she may be the only person more unlikable than Hillary.

David 3 months

Everybody at less than 10% this late in the game needs to drop out. They're just polluting the polls and confusing people.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 3 months

I'm rather enjoying seeing all the strap hangers riding along in the DNC clown car.

6Million$Mansplainer 3 months

Can't blame him, you really can't polish a turd.

Eva Blue
Eva Blue 3 months

It's not her campaign manager's fault she's arrogant, shrill, and generally unlikable.

Paul N
Paul N 3 months

He’s probably a Russian bot. That’s the only reason she’s not doing well. Always the victim. She just a weak terrible candidate.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 3 months

Uh-oh, she's gonna add another item to the list "I was that little girl".

Braces4Impact 3 months

It's time for Kamala Harris, along with several other candidates polling in single digits territory to quit also. Doing so will make the quality of debates better, and start letting people concentrate on those that actually have a chance of winning the Democratic primary.

Lord Baktor
Lord Baktor 3 months

They can blame the campaign manager for many things but if her message was popular with the public, someone with her level of exposure wouldn't be stuck at 3%.

Shane 3 months

Does she still thing she’s a “top tier candidate”?

Binx1 3 months

she fired all her campaign staff like 2 weeks ago. how is she relivant!?

Individual > collective
Individual > collective 3 months

not long until she finds some scapegoat to blame her hemorrhaging support on oh, she might say it's because she's black or a woman or something equally irrelevant but it's really because she's the kind of President I would cast in a movie about civil apocalypse or like the rise of left-wing fascism or something. She is just so gosh darn self-righteous

Herbie Goes Bananas
Herbie Goes Bananas 3 months

Actually, her campaign manager has the right idea. I mean his efforts are futile, but betting the farm on Iowa is all he's got left.

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