73% Of GOP Voters Want New RNC Leadership: Survey

  • Nearly 75% of GOP voters want a new chairperson at the Republican National Committee, reflecting the growing dissatisfaction with Ronna McDaniel’s leadership.
  • A Trafalgar Group survey conducted for the Convention of States Action found that about 73% of Republican voters said a new person should be elected to lead the RNC this month.
  • While 21% said they were unsure about who the next chair should be, 6% of GOP voters said McDaniel should run for a fourth term, The Hill reported on Tuesday.
  • “Voters believe the only way to hold the GOP accountable for its failures is to make way for new leadership,” Convention of States President Mark Meckler said.