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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Poll: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Has 2nd Highest Approval Rating In The Country

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has the second highest approval rating for a governor in the country, according to a national poll of governors released by the research group Morning Consult.

According to the poll, Hogan’s super-majority approval rating is second only to the governor of Massachusetts.

Hogan rides a tide of high approval ratings despite the two-to-one Democratic majority in the State.

According to Morning Consult, Hogan is three points behind Massachusetts’ Charlie Baker, another republican in a deep blue state.



Anonymous said...

I just hope these feelings continue through the next election cycle. Liberals are coming out of the woodwork to try to knock Hogan off. It matters not that his term has been productive; folks want free stuff.

Anonymous said...

After the last few Governors of Maryland taking and spending sprees. Raising taxes, making all state workers to pay into the unions whether they wanted to or not, freezing salaries, furloughs, not filling positions because they wanted their own special cabinets and paid them big bucks, etc. and taxing businesses right out of Maryland, Gov. Hogan has been a refreshing change. Hope people of Maryland whether you are Democrat or Republican sees this. If they do not then they are either blind or greedy.

Anonymous said...

He lost my vote when he came out a NeverTrumper.

And he has done NOTHING regarding our 2nd amendment rights.

To tell you the truth, I'd rather have a demon rat in there cause i'm fixin to leave this crap hole anyway and head to Florida.

Anonymous said...

Get Over it. You really think if he tried it would pass a democratic legislature??

Anonymous said...

2:25pm grow up and use that round thing attached to your neck.

Anonymous said...

2:25, you do realize that Florida is a fully Demon rat State, LOL!

Anonymous said...

6:05 Florida has a republican governor and Donald Trump (R) won Florida in the general election. In 2016, Florida had 29 electoral votes.

You are not to bright.