Special Report

The Least Popular Members Of Congress From Every State

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1. Alabama
> Less popular senator: Democratic Sen. Doug Jones
> Q4 2019 approval rating: 41.0%
> Least popular House member: Republican Rep. Mo Brooks, 5th District
> Support in 2018 midterm election: 61.0% of the vote
> Total congressional districts in the state: 7

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2. Alaska
> Less popular senator: Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski
> Q4 2019 approval rating: 41.0%
> Only House member: Republican Rep. Don Young, state at-large
> Support in 2018 midterm election: 53.3% of the vote
> Total congressional districts in the state: 1

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3. Arizona
> Less popular senator: Republican Sen. Martha McSally
> Q4 2019 approval rating: 37.0%
> Least popular House member: Democratic Rep. Tom O’Halleran, 1st District
> Support in 2018 midterm election: 53.8% of the vote
> Total congressional districts in the state: 9

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4. Arkansas
> Less popular senator: Republican Sen. Tom Cotton
> Q4 2019 approval rating: 48.0%
> Least popular House member: Republican Rep. French Hill, 2nd District
> Support in 2018 midterm election: 52.1% of the vote
> Total congressional districts in the state: 4

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5. California
> Less popular senator: Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris
> Q4 2019 approval rating: 41.0%
> Least popular House member: Democratic Rep. TJ Cox, 21st District
> Support in 2018 midterm election: 50.4% of the vote
> Total congressional districts in the state: 53

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