A recent poll shows U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s popularity has tanked.

And it’s no wonder, considering the Democrat’s legislative priorities of late.

The poll conducted by the Colorado Polling Institute shows the senior Democrat senator with a knuckle-dragging favorability rating of 38%.

That’s after a high of 46% in early 2021 that had buckled by the end of the year to 40%.

At this rate, Donald Trump’s numbers are competitive with how Bennet is faring with Colorado voters.

This latest poll was conducted in mid-March among 632 likely voters by Democratic pollster Aspect Strategic and Republican pollster New Bridge Strategy. It has a margin of error of 4%.

While voters are struggling to pay for groceries and feed their children protein, their U.S. Senator is back in Washington demanding the government study cows to determine what makes them burp.

Then, before adjourning for the Easter recess to celebrate Trans Awareness Day, Bennet voted to shut down the government because the $1.2 trillion appropriations bill to fund numerous government agencies including the Pentagon did not include funding for Ukraine.