Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee does not have the support of everyone in the GOP as she tries to win support in order to serve for another term.
A recent poll from the Convention of States Action, in partnership with The Trafalgar Group, showed that around 5.6 percent of Republicans would like to see McDaniel serve a fourth two-year term as the RNC chair. McDaniel had been selected by Donald Trump to lead the RNC.
The poll also showed that a large majority of Republican votes, 73.5 percent, thought that it would be better to have someone new serve as the chairperson. Of those surveyed around 20.9 did not hold a firm position on this topic.
McDaniel’s struggles with winning the support of the party have been taken by many to be further evidence that the GOP is moving away from Trump. However, this might not necessarily have something to do with Trump, but rather it could be associated with the fact that since McDaniel took over in 2017, the GOP has lost the House in 2018, the White House in 2020 and failed to recapture the Senate in 2022. With three unsuccessful elections, the latest of which yielded underwhelming results for the GOP who only managed to win the House with a narrow majority it only makes sense for Republicans to want someone else to lead the RNC.
According to the same poll, 62.7 percent of Republican voters believed that congressional leadership was “ineffective” and unable to correctly campaign for GOP candidates, which is what led to the massive midterm losses.
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