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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Eleven Most Popular Governors All Republican


Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R.,) came in first place, with a 75 percent approval rating and a 17 percent disapproval rating.

The other ten governors at the top of the list are, starting with second:
Larry Hogan (Md.) — 73 percent approval, 16 percent disapproval
Doug Burgum (N.D.) — 69 percent approval, 16 percent disapproval
Phil Scott (Vt.) — 68 percent approval, 16 percent disapproval
Dennis Daugaard (S.D.) — 68 percent approval, 23 percent disapproval
Asa Hutchinson (Ark.) — 67 percent approval, 22 percent disapproval
Brian Sandoval (Nev.) — 64 percent approval, 22 percent disapproval
Greg Abbott (Texas) — 64 percent approval, 24 percent disapproval
Bill Haslam (Tenn.) — 64 percent approval, 24 percent disapproval
Gary Herbert (Utah) — 64 percent approval, 28 percent disapproval
Nathan Deal (Ga.) — 63 percent approval, 25 percent disapproval
Governors

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

What is Trump's approval rating?

Wolf's Head said...

I don't know, but Hillary's is in the sh*ter.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/finally-a-poll-trump-will-like-clinton-even-more-unpopular/ar-BBEFen0?OCID=ansmsnnews11

Sarkazein said...

How in the hail does Maryland have a Republican governor?

Sarkazein said...

Vermont- Republican governor and a Socialist Senator?

Anonymous said...

Interesting most of these states are states that expanded Medicaid under Obamacare.

Now that Obamacare is here to stay other Red states are looking to serve there citizens by expanding Medicaid as they should have originally done instead of trying to sabotage Obamacare.