Republican Party Favorability

32%

As of 7/20/2015

Date Favorable Unfavorable
7/9/1992 46 49
6/11/1993 54 35
8/3/1994 63 33
12/4/1994 66 27
10/30/1995 52 44
1/12/1997 52 43
6/22/1997 52 42
8/10/1997 47 47
3/29/1998 50 43
9/10/1998 56 36
10/18/1998 52 43
12/13/1998 45 47
1/17/1999 44 50
2/21/1999 44 51
9/9/1999 53 43
1/7/2001 56 34
7/22/2001 48 42
12/8/2002 59 34
2/16/2004 52 42
6/13/2004 51 40
12/15/2004 52 42
7/18/2005 48 43
10/24/2005 42 49
2/5/2006 44 49
4/16/2006 41 50
7/19/2006 40 52
1/9/2007 41 48
7/29/2007 39 53
5/25/2008 39 53
8/10/2008 43 49
9/14/2008 47 46
10/26/2008 40 50
1/11/2009 40 55
4/21/2009 40 51
8/17/2009 40 50
8/27/2009 40 50
2/9/2010 46 46
9/6/2010 43 49
2/7/2011 43 48
3/1/2011 42 51
8/21/2011 34 59
10/4/2011 36 55
1/16/2012 35 58
3/11/2012 36 56
7/9/2012 36 56
9/16/2012 42 50
12/9/2012 36 59
1/13/2013 33 58
6/16/2013 40 55
7/21/2013 33 58
10/13/2013 38 58
12/8/2013 35 59
3/16/2014 37 55
10/20/2014 38 54
12/7/2014 37 57
1/11/2015 41 53
7/20/2015 32 60

The Republican Party continues to be viewed less favorably than the Democratic Party, especially as its image has grown more negative in the first half of this year. The Republican Party’s favorability rating stands at 32% (down from 41% in January), compared with 48% for the Democratic Party. Read more.