Ah, that brings me back to my favorite, Tammy Duckworth. I agree, Pelosi needs to be replaced. But it's hard to replace someone who brings in the most money congressional wise. Here's the favorable rating for not only Biden, Harris, but congressional as well.https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/other/FavorabilityRatingsPoliticalLeaders.html
Pelosi and McConnell are two of the most despised congressional leaders I've seen in a long time. But in reality, the only one's that count as far as favorable/unfavorable are the folks in Pelosi's district the the people of Kentucky. What the rest of us think about them is irrelevant. We can't send them anywhere.
Image wise though, a remake at the top would be advisable. Although it probably wouldn't make a difference, election wise. Here's presidential approval rating and the results in the house and senate for their first midterm.
Presidential approval Nov at the first midterm.
2018 Trump 40% lost 44 house seats, gained 2 senate seats
2010 Obama 44% lost 63 house seats, lost 6 senate seats
2002 G.W. Bush 63% gained 8 seats, gained 1 senate seat
1994 Bill Clinton 40% lost 54 house seats, lost 9 senate seats
1990 G.H.W. Bush 60% lost 6 house seats, lost 1 senate seat
1982 Reagan 43% lost 25 house seats, gained 1 senate seat
1978 Carter 49% lost 15 house seats, lost 3 senate seats
1970 Nixon 58% lost 12 house seats, gained 2 senate seats
Kind of a mixed bag. At least a good approval rating for the president keeps midterm loses down.