Here are the country’s most and least popular senators

Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders Vermont remains the most popular senator in the country, according to a new poll from Morning Consult. The former Democratic presidential candidate earned 63% of support from Vermont voters.

Meanwhile, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is the most unpopular senator in the country. The senior Kentucky senator earned only 30% approval from voters in the Bluegrass State.

The Morning Consult rankings are based on a survey of more than 330,000 registered voters between April 1 and June 30.

The five least and five most popular senators are:


LEAST POPULAR: 1. Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell

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Mitch McConnell.
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Reuters/Eric Thayer

Approve: 30%

Disapprove: 56%


2. Arizona Republican Jeff Flake

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Jeff Flake.
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Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Approve: 30%

Disapprove: 51%


3. Arizona Republican John McCain

Approve: 42%

Disapprove: 46%


4. Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill

Approve: 40%

Disapprove: 44%


5. North Dakota Democrat Heidi Heitkamp

Approve: 44%

Disapprove: 44%


MOST POPULAR: 1. Vermont Independent Bernie Sanders

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Bernie Sanders.
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Approve: 63%

Disapprove: 32%


2. South Dakota Republican John Thune

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John Thune.
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Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Approve: 62%

Disapprove: 25%


3. Minnesota Democrat Amy Klobuchar

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Amy Klobuchar.
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Approve: 60%

Disapprove: 24%


4. South Dakota Republican Mike Rounds

Approve: 58%

Disapprove: 26%


5. Rhode Island Democrat Jack Reed

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Jack Reed.
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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Approve: 57%

Disapprove: 23%