Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has his eyes on working for governor, however the folks of Florida gave him only a 21% approval ranking.
The Pensacola News Journal reported:
A ballot from the Florida Atlantic University Mainstreet PolCom Lab launched final week confirmed that 57% of Florida voters disapproved of Gaetz’s efficiency as a member of Congress.
The ballot was carried out between Oct. 27 and Nov. 11, which suggests the ballot captured the sensation of Florida voters simply after Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson was named House Speaker after Gaetz led the hassle to take away former House Speaker Kevin McCarthy from workplace.
The ballot mentioned solely 21% of voters accepted of Gaetz’s efficiency, whereas 8% had been impartial and 14% didn’t know.
Matt Gaetz’s jihad to take away Kevin McCarthy as speaker seems to have backfired on him. The draw back of burning all of it to the bottom chaos politics is that the chaos monger normally will get taken down within the hurricane as nicely. Gaetz needs to be the following governor of Florida after Ron DeSantis’s second time period ends.
As governor, it’s a protected assumption that Rep. Gaetz would then flip his eyes to the White House for a 2028 presidential run when the Oval Office could be with out an incumbent who may run once more,
However, it seems that Matt Gaetz and his political ambitions is likely to be going nowhere, as even the folks of Florida can see via the congressman Kevin McCarthy claimed has no precise ideology or agenda.
It appears extra possible that Matt Gaetz will find yourself with a gig on Fox News or Newsmax than ever be the governor of Florida.
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