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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Poll: Hogan Popularity Growing; Clinton & Van Hollen Have Big Leads

A new poll finds Governor Larry Hogan's approval rating is growing among Marylanders.

The OpinionWorks Poll of 802 likely voters fives Hogan a 71-percent approval rating, compared to 63-percent for a similar poll released in late November.

The poll was conducted from August 18 to August 30, and has a margin of error of plus-or-minus 3.5%.

OpinionWorks President Steve Raabe tells WBAL NewsRadio 1090 that Hogan's distance from Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has helped him with voters.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

He won the election he won almost every district. Why would be need to win more voters. I'm not voting for him based on this.

Anonymous said...

Based on his rejection of Trump - looks like he might just want Democrats to win!

Anonymous said...

The popularity of a republican governor in Maryland certainly will increase once he comes out of the closet and demonstrates he is really a liberal. Do not need a poll for this!

Anonymous said...

This article basically states that its pointless to vote for Trump in Maryland. Its that narrative, "you're outnumbered why bother"

Anonymous said...

Hogan is no fool.

Anonymous said...

This is bs and another pro post for hogan but guess what it aint gonna work.

Anonymous said...

Now to get control of the legislature.

Anonymous said...

Why would distancing himself from Donald Trump help him? In my opinion, as a conservative Republican, it's a disgrace to not stand behind our Republican nominee. I like and respect Governor Hogan, but he is wrong on this one.