Brownback remains least popular governor in country
Sep 21 2016 by Desiree Burns
Eleven percent of respondents said they did not know how they felt or were undecided.
The five least popular governors are Sam Brownback of Kansas, Dannel Malloy of Connecticut, Chris Christie of New Jersey, Rick Synder of MI and Paul LePage of Maine.
The three most popular governors in the nation were all Republicans: South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard, who has an approval rating of 74 percent, followed by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, who both have approval ratings of 70 percent. Only 15% of them held a negative view of the Republican.
Morning Consult says it talked to 71,900 registered voters in all 50 states from May 2016 to September 2016.
The Republican governor's approval rating has fallen three points since the agency's last gubernatorial poll in May.
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"The remarkable aspect of the new Morning Consult poll is that Gov. Brownback is less popular than governors in states who are struggling with serious controversies", said Bob Beatty, a political science professor at Washburn University in Topeka. Malloy is close behind at 70 percent disapproval, 26 percent approval.
Nationally, Republicans dominate the top state-level executive seat, with 31 governors to the Democrats' 18.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, was lauded by 59 percent and disliked by 31 percent.
It placed the margin of error in Kansas at 4%.
Coincidentally, some of the governors residing in the basement of Morning Consult's ranking have thrown their support behind GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, like LePage and New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie, ranked third-least popular and sinking fast.