Vice President Kamala Harris can’t get a break.

Recently crushed by reports about staff fleeing her “bullying” management style and a slew of horrible approval rating surveys, Rasmussen Reports said Tuesday that voters are concerned about her taking over for President Joe Biden.

The fear: She’s just not “qualified” for the job.

And that matters because the latest poll previewed by Secrets found that by a margin of 49% to 36%, likely voters believe that something will happen to 79-year-old Biden that will result in Harris being elevated to the top job. That includes 41% of Democrats and 45% of independents.

The Rasmussen findings extend a long streak of surveys showing voters concerned about Biden’s health and longevity, though the White House recently said he did well on his latest physical.

So, to Harris's qualifications. Rasmussen asked, “How qualified is Kamala Harris to assume the responsibilities of the presidency?” The answer: 23% “very qualified,” 17% “somewhat qualified,” 9% “not very qualified,” and 46% “not qualified at all.”

So overall, 55% find her unqualified to 40% who do. And just about everybody has an opinion. A tiny 5% were unsure.

Those results are similar to Rasmussen’s question about the impression Harris has made on voters. A majority, 57%, said “unfavorable” to 39% “favorable,” a wide gap.

"More government employees (51%) than private sector workers (41%) have a favorable impression of Harris. Harris gets the most favorable ratings from voters with graduate degrees and those with annual incomes of $200,000 or more," the survey analysis read.

Both questions showed sharp partisan divisions, with independents joining Republicans to push against Harris.