Skip to comments.Poll: Kamala Harris Has Lower Approval Rating than Mike Pence in First 100 Days
Posted on 04/26/2021 11:55:27 AM PDT by ChicagoConservative27
Vice President Kamala Harris has a lower approval rating than former Vice President Mike Pence by a one point margin in their respective first 100 days in office.
When a Fox News poll asked respondents Sunday whether they have a generally favorable or unfavorable opinion of the first female Vice President, Harris received a 49 percent approval rating.
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Didnt help pence at all. He’s now writing a book or something.
The Peter Principle is a concept in management developed
by Laurence J. Peter, which observes that people in a hierarchy
tend to rise to their "level of incompetence": employees are promoted
based on their success in previous jobs until they reach a level at
which they are no longer competent, as skills in one job do not
necessarily translate to another.
Well, since she’s doing nothing I can’t help but approve too.
She has a different definition of the peter principle it has severed her very well
For that she gets the Peter2 Principle award.
As the margin of error for the poll is +/- 3 points, Harris could actually be more popular then Pence was at this time in office.
Back in 2016, Dems were saying Hillary was going to win Michigan as the polls showed her in the lead. What was ignored was that Hillary’s lead near election day was within the margin of error and it was quite possible Trump was leading and in the end, Trump did win the state.
When they replace Biden, she will suddenly be Ms. Popularity.
The media will fawn over the first female POTUS and even many moderate women will support her....just like Hillary’s early days in the 1990s.
I have a couple of issues with the Peter Principle - So does this mean that everyone that never achieves CEO or POTUS or top dog in their profession is incompetent? Does this mean that Joe Biden is competent?
That is a better theory of the Peter Principle.
by Patrick Cox
Mr. Cox, Ph.D., is Associate Director of the Center for American History at The University of Texas at Austin.
When it comes to commentary about the office of vice president of the United States, no statement is more repeated than John Nance Garner’s observation that “the vice presidency is not worth a bucket of warm spit.”
I’ll bet warm spit would poll higher than those two.
The fact that she has an “approval” rating at all is pretty bad.
First 100 days, sure, Pence more popular. Now, it’s probably a dead heat.
I think a lot of people perform well in their promoted to
position. At some point there is probably a limit to the
level you can be promoted to and still perform.
I don’t see this as an absolute.
It seems to address a real issue, but it doesn’t really need
to be absolute to be worthy of awareness and discussion.
I’m surprised she has any ratings at all. The MSM had better step up.
They mean nothing...they are NOT NEWS.
It's FAKE NEWS...
I've not been polled in 30-40 years...and I am not alone.
They don't accurately predict anything...
Basically IMO....just gossip.
Why post this crap.........?
I bet the Indo-Jamaican usurper is more popular than Mike Pence is today.
What the F.....
Polls MEAN nothing,...
Might as well be clickbait....for the weak minded.
I have seen the Peter Principal play out many times and was a victim of it myself.
I have worked in the kitchen line for years. Upper management is always looking for new lower management talent. Some very talented cooks are asked if they would like to move their position up in the “team”. Of course they do. Better pay, benefits, 60 hour week, and geting off the line are a great lure.
They go into training and are moderately successful as they are still loosely connected to their original job. They are next promoted up to the next level(ordering,scheduling personnel, troubleshooting).
They are not competent at this level for whatever the reason (poor training, lack of support, didn’t want to do THAT job. They are generally unhappy with their new job now.) So they fail at this level and are washed out or quit.
Their level of competence was the second step, their level of incompetence is the third step. (levels of success are determined on each individual case.)
To be considered successful according to the theory one must know their strengths and weaknesses and focus mainly on their strengths and do not only what they love, but also focus on where their talent lies.
Many CEO’s, politicians and other low talent individuals who rise to the top are many times “post turtles”.
My Grandma taught me at an early age that cream is not the only thing that rises to the top. scum often does too.
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