Arizona Senator John McCain was not expecting to hear this news, although he shouldn’t be too surprised.
Due to constantly lashing out at President Donald Trump and virtually acting like a liberal, McCain is now more popular with Democrats than he is Republicans.
The Hill has the scoop:
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) is better liked by Democrats than by those in his own party, according to a new poll that shows Republicans holding an overall negative view of the veteran GOP senator.
Forty-four percent of Republicans surveyed in the Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Wednesday hold a negative view of McCain, while only 35 percent have a positive view of him. Meanwhile, 52 percent of Democrats surveyed now see him in a positive light.
Overall, 43 percent of survey respondents had a favorable view of McCain and 28 percent a negative one.
— Christy (@desertgardens) November 2, 2017
He’s the media’s favorite again… I guess their numbers are already included with the Democrats. https://t.co/NPjpNauEDr
— Rschrim (@Rschrim) November 2, 2017
— lauren 🍀☘️🇮🇪 (@LilMissRightie) November 2, 2017
Surprising to no one on the right. https://t.co/f1mjxDFeBw
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) November 2, 2017
I’m shocked and amazed!!!!!! https://t.co/3XBrGVnoYj
— Terry Green (@spikefork) November 2, 2017
This is what you deserve, John. You’ve acted like a horse’s behind for long enough.