WATCH: Liberal College Students Say They're Not Big Fans of Speaker Pelosi
'I would prefer pretty much anyone else.'
Campus Reform's Cabot Phillips visited the George Washington University campus in Washington, D.C. to see what students think about new House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and the responses were overwhelmingly critical.
Pelosi was elected Thursday as House Speaker, a title she previously held from 2007 to 2011, despite a faction of Democrats who attempted to derail her Speaker bid after the midterm elections.
Most of the students Phillips spoke to identified as Democrats, but few were supportive of Pelosi's election to Speaker.
“I’m not a big fan of her in general, so I would like to see someone else,” one student said.
“I, of course, don’t like Nancy Pelosi. I would prefer pretty much anyone else,” another lamented.
Others said Pelosi and the Democratic leadership are older and "out of touch," and several said it's time for "newer, fresher faces."
On "Fox & Friends" Friday, Phillips revealed that the one student who was supportive of Pelosi's election was a member of the College Republicans organization.
"[They] said, 'She's wonderful, she's someone that we can rally against, she's an easy target, if you will,'" Phillips said.
He said that after visiting more than 100 college campuses, he's seen a growing trend among liberal students.
"They're tired of this business-as-usual, establishment, traditional-type politician," Phillips said. "And they're also tired of people being leaders of the past, this past generation of people in power."
"I hate to break it to them, but that's kind of Democrat leadership at this point."
See more from Phillips above and watch the Campus Reform video below.