Pro-Trump businessman, Mike Lindell’s popularity doesn’t seem to be fading despite multiple retailers and the left-wing media’s attempts to cancel him. In a recent poll conducted by The Economist/YouGov Mike Lindell’s favorability outranked multiple Democrat and Republican politicians.
According to Mediaite:
The other “political figures” polled were Andrew Cuomo — who resigned from office on the last day of the Aug. 7-10 polling period, New York Attorney General Letitia James — whose devastating investigation led to Cuomo’s resignation, New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul — who will take over when Cuomo’s resignation goes into effect, AOC, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Ohio iCongressman Jim Jordan, and Graham.
Due to a mixture of intense partisan division and the vagaries of name recognition, Lindell wound up with a higher net favorability than a good chunk of that list.
When asked “Do you have a favorable or an unfavorable opinion of” Lindell, 28 percent of all respondents said they viewed Lindell either “very favorably” (14%) or “somewhat favorably” (12%) versus 30 percent who said they viewed Lindell either “very unfavorably” or “somewhat unfavorably,” a net favorability of minus two points.
Among Republicans, Lindell’s net favorability was +39, and among Democrats, minus 38, with 44 percent of respondents saying they didn’t know whether they held a favorable or unfavorable view.
Lindell beat out Andrew Cuomo, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and even Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.