According to a new YouGov/Economist poll, the vast majority of Republicans now view Mitt Romney unfavorably.
Romney was the sole Republican Senator to vote alongside Democrats to convict President Trump at the end of his impeachment trial.
President Trump has unified the GOP, though there are segments of the party that still disagree with him.
In this poll, 18 percent of Republicans approve of the House of Representatives impeachment votes (but only half that percentage of Republicans think the President should have been removed from office or disapprove of how the President is handling his job overall).
Utah Senator Mitt Romney’s vote to convict the President on one impeachment count does not sit well with Republicans.
In this poll, only 21 percent of Republicans have a favorable rating of Romney; 70 percent are unfavorable (Democrats, on the other hand, view him favorably, 62% to 25%.)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s ripping up of the text of the President’s speech after the State of the Union gets criticism:
Americans disapprove 48 percent to 38 percent. Those who disapprove include 21 percent of Democrats and 51 percent of Independents.