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House Speaker Paul Ryan’s Favorability Ratings Hit New High

House Speaker Paul Ryan was berated and shouted down by chants of “Trump” at the Fall Fest event Saturday in Wisconsin after he abandoned the nominee amid controversy.House Speaker Paul Ryan was berated and shouted down by chants of “Trump” at the Fall Fest event Saturday in Wisconsin after he abandoned the nominee amid controversy.
House Speaker Paul Ryan was berated and shouted down by chants of “Trump” at the Fall Fest event Saturday in Wisconsin after he abandoned the nominee amid controversy.House Speaker Paul Ryan was berated and shouted down by chants of “Trump” at the Fall Fest event Saturday in Wisconsin after he abandoned the nominee amid controversy.

House Speaker Paul Ryan at the Fall Fest event Saturday in Wisconsin.

Nearly half of all Americans (48%) have a favorable opinion of House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., the highest percentage ever measured by Gallup.

According to the Gallup poll conducted from November 9-13, roughly 1 in 5 (18%) adults still remain unfamiliar with the Republican House speaker and 34% view him unfavorably, down slightly from 36% measured in August. Americans became more familiar with Speaker Ryan when he became Gov. Mitt Romney’s running mate in August 2012, when more than half of Americans (58%) didn’t even know who he was.

Paul Ryan Favorable Unfavorable Ratings Gallup

He also enjoyed his lowest favorable rating of 25% when he was relatively unknown and he did improve to 43% before the campaign ended. His favorable ratings fell to 31% by 2014.

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