Mayra Flores Has Higher Net Favorability among Hispanics than AOC, Poll Shows

Rep. Mayra Flores (R-TX), a rising star in the Republican Party, has a higher net favorability rating among Hispanics than radical Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), according to a new poll.

The man behind the poll, Giancarlo Sopo, said of Flores, the first Republican elected in the Rio Grande Valley in her Texas district:

“One of our most interesting findings was that she has a higher net favorability than AOC among Hispanics who know them.”

“Democrats assume Hispanics are monolithic, but we are as diverse as America, and we are seeing the momentum build all across all our Latino communities for conservative candidates,” Orlando Sanchez, of Texas Latino Conservatives, said of the swing to the right among Hispanics.

“The more we vote our values, the more we vote Republican.”

According to the poll: “Flores has a national favorability rating of 38.1% and an unfavorability rating of 24.5%.

“AOC has a favorability rating of 42.3% compared to an unfavorability rating of 36.3%.

“The Republican Party held a 15-point lead over the Democrat Party for being most associated with ‘hard work;’ an 8-point lead for supporting small business owners; a 7-point lead for fixing the immigration system; a 3-point lead for ‘protecting my way of life.’

“The poll also found that more than 60% of Hispanics said they are bothered by the direction of the Democratic Party; 57% support tougher border security measures, and the majority, by a 3-to-1 margin, support more oil and gas exploration in Texas.”

In more bad news for AOC, she was heckled by her own constituents during a town hall events in her New York City district.

AOC was mobbed by angry protesters who demanded the congresswoman is replaced.

Chants of “sellout” and “AOC has got to go” stunned the falling socialist star.

This is the second time in a week that AOC has heckled in her own district.

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The negative response is a terrible sign for Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and the rest of the Democratic Party who face an angry and broke electorate next month.

One of the many criticisms her constituents had of AOC was her support of the Ukraine war.

Voters are angry that they “believed” in AOC’s promises during her election campaign but feel she abandoned them to side with the Democrat establishment once she got to Washington D.C.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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