Mitt Romney started a feud with Donald Trump last month. Now Romney is in worse shape than Trump.
From the Hill:
Poll: Romney's favorability lower than Trump's
Mitt Romney's national favorability rating is even lower than Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's, according to a new poll. The 2012 GOP presidential nominee is viewed favorably by 23 percent of registered voters, according to the left-leaning Public Policy Polling survey released Thursday, while 65 percent view him unfavorably.
Trump is viewed favorably by 29 percent, while 63 percent hold an unfavorable view.Romney went from nice guy who snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in the 2012 presidential race, to partisan hack bitter that a Republican front-runner might do what Romney failed to do -- win.
Republicans for three years were too polite to call him a loser.
But his unprovoked attack on Trump permitted people to be honest instead of polite.