A new poll from Change Research shows Senator Lindsay Graham’s senate seat may be in peril in 2020, with challenger Jaime Harrison within 2 points. The poll found Graham with 47% and Harrison with 45%. Harrison tweeted the poll and wrote “Senator, you’re in for the fight of your career. This movement cannot be stopped!”
Senator, you're in for the fight of your career. This movement cannot be stopped! pic.twitter.com/LbLQ0PaD02
— Jaime Harrison, DNC Chair (@harrisonjaime) December 13, 2019
We're only TWO POINTS down and just getting started!
— Jaime Harrison (@harrisonjaime) December 13, 2019
According to polling company Change Research, Senator Lindsey Graham’s favorability is exceptionally low among Independent voters and in hypothetical general election match-ups. He looks extremely vulnerable against Democratic contender Jaime Harrison.
Senator Lindsey Graham has a low favorability rating among likely South Carolina general election voters, with 38% of respondents viewing him very or somewhat favorably, and 53% of respondents viewing him very or somewhat unfavorably.
7% of respondents were neutral and 2% of respondents had never heard of him. In particular, Senator Graham fares poorly among Independents, with 60% of Independents viewing him very or somewhat unfavorably and only 28% viewing him very or somewhat favorably. 9% were neutral and 3% had never heard of him.
The same poll has Biden leading the South Carolina DNC primary race with 27%, followed by Bernie Sanders and Warren at 20% and 19%.
This article first appeared on TheConservativeOpinion.com