The latest survey, conducted Jan. 29 to Feb. 1 among 1,986 registered voters nationwide, found 46 percent have an opinion about Greene – up 21 percentage points since a poll conducted in August ahead of the Republican National Convention. It is slightly less than the share who had formed views about Ocasio-Cortez by this time two years ago, but a comparison of those respective August and January months reveals that awareness of Greene has grown more quickly as she draws attention following the Jan. 6 riot on Capitol Hill…

Greene elicits a muted response among GOP voters compared to better-known Republican leaders, such as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who on Monday issued statements condemning conspiracy theories within the GOP’s ranks and aligning himself with Cheney. The lion’s share of Republican voters (47 percent) hold negative views about McConnell, up 23 points since August. Forty-two percent of the party’s voters hold unfavorable opinions about Cheney, up 14 points since August, with most of the movement coming since the Jan. 6 riot.