The New Jersey Republican is officially the least popular governor in the entire US, a poll released Tuesday showed.
Chris Christie, inherits the title of the nation's least popular governor: 71 percent of New Jersey resident disapprove of the job Christie is doing.
Over the last three months, almost 2,500 MA voters participated in the online poll, which showed Baker with a 75 percent approval rating of his job performance, compared to a 17 percent disapproval rating, the Boston Globe reported. Morning Consult polled over 85,000 registered voters about their governors to get the results.
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"Christie's numbers took a turn for the worse in the months following that endorsement, and they've continued to trend in the wrong direction", pollsters said. Forty-eight percent of Pennsylvanians approve of Wolf's job performance. Larry Hogan of Maryland, Doug Burgum of North Dakota, Phil Scott of Vermont, Dennis Daugaard of South Dakota, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Greg Abbott of Texas, Bill Haslam of Tennessee, Brian Sandoval of Nevada, and Gary Herbert of Utah.
One notable theme from the list is the exceeding popularity of Republican governors in blue states. While Baker has rebounded in the survey, Warren's approval ratings have slipped. He received a 50 percent approval rating, putting him in the 75th spot among all senators. Brownback had a 66 percent disapproval to 27 percent approval, the poll found. His disapproval rating has dropped to 29 percent, down 10 points from the previous rankings. More than 20 percent of respondents said that they did not know enough about Markey to have an opinion about his performance. Cruz has the 36th highest approval rating among the 100 senators, while Sen.
The Morning Consult poll showed Sununu with a 55 percent approval rating, which is in line with US Senators Maggie Hassan, who the survey showed at 53 percent, and Jeanne Shaheen, at 57 percent.