Politics Poll: McCain more popular with Democrats than Republicans

22:50  02 august  2017
22:50  02 august  2017 Source:   The Hill

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Nearly three in four Democrats, 74 percent, hold a favorable opinion of McCain, while only 39 percent of Republican have a favorable view of the GOP senator, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday.

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Overall, 57 percent of voters have a favorable view of the senator, while 32 percent hold an unfavorable view.

The poll was conducted July 27 through Aug. 1, mostly after McCain joined two fellow Republican senators in rejecting a pared-down "skinny" ObamaCare repeal bill last Friday.

McCain, who recently returned to the Senate following a brain cancer diagnosis, cast the deciding vote against the bill in the early morning hours of July 28.

The veteran Republican lawmaker has defended his vote, saying Wednesday during a radio interview that the measure would have "screwed" his state.

The survey of 1,125 voters across the country was conducted via cell phones and landlines and has a margin of error of 3.4 percentage points.


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