For blatantly obvious reasons.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has the lowest job-approval rating among the nation’s top four congressional leaders, according to Americans surveyed by Gallup.
Only 33 percent of the 794 adults polled Sept. 5-8 approve of the Nevada Democrat’s job performance, Gallup said on Friday. His disapproval rating was even higher, at 53 percent.
Reid was followed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, whose Gallup approval rating was 35 percent.
But even though the Kentucky Republican’s disapproval rating — at 47 percent — was higher than his approval rating, it was the lowest among the four congressional leaders.