Liz Warren Will Lose Her Senate Seat?!?

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)

( – In what would be an outcome conservatives have long desired, a new public opinion poll predicts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, a far-left Massachusetts Democrat, would lose her seat in a matchup with the former GOP governor of her state.

Warren, a progressivist and the senior Massachusetts Senator has served in the U.S. Senate since 2013.

According to a new survey, she would be defeated in a hypothetical U.S. Senate race matchup by former Massachusetts Governor, Republican Charlie Baker, who served two terms, from 2015 until January 2023.

The poll conducted by the Fiscal Alliance Foundation, a Massachusetts-based nonprofit, shows that Baker presently has a double-digit popularity lead over Warren.

More specifically, the survey found that the former GOP governor enjoys the support of 49% of the voters in the state, while the Democrat is 15 points behind, with 34% support.

Among independent voters, Baker, a moderate Republican, leads Warren two-to-one, with 57% support compared with her 26%, the survey found.

“Senator Warren has significantly higher unfavorable numbers than her fellow Democrats statewide, and that seems to be creating an opening for Baker, who always enjoyed large amounts of cross-party appeal,” commented Fiscal Alliance Foundation spokesman Paul Craney, as cited by Breitbart News.

According to the poll, the former Massachusetts governor is backed by 79% of Republicans in the state, while Warren is supposed by 56% of Democrat voters.

It was also noted that 49% of voters in Massachusetts hold a favorable view of U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, while 44% view her unfavorably, including 35% whose view of her is “very unfavorable.”

Craney pointed out that other Democrat politicians in Massachusetts had better popularity ratings than the senior U.S. senator.

Thus, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu is viewed positively by 47% and negatively by 31% of voters in the state.

Massachusetts’ new Democrat Governor, Maura Healey, who succeeded Charlie Baker earlier this year, enjoys a 52% favorability rating, while 27% of the voters hold unfavorable views of her.

The Fiscal Alliance Foundation survey polled 750 likely voters from May 7-8 and has a margin of error of 3.6%, with a 95 percent confidence level.

Warren and Baker ran their last electoral campaigns in 2018, with the then-GOP governor attracting more votes and winning by a more significant margin than the Democrat senator.

Baker defeated Democrat Jay Gonzalez with 1,781,982 votes to Gonzalez’s 886,281 votes and 67% to 33% – described as an “impressive margin” for a Republican in Massachusetts.

In 2018, Warren won reelection with 1,643,213 votes, or 60% of the votes, while her Republican challenger, Geoff Diehl, received 979,507 votes, or 36%.

Whether former Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker plans to run for the U.S. Senate in 2024 to unseat Elizabeth Warren remains unclear.

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