Morning Consult revealed a new report showing that the Republican Party dominated the rankings of governor approval ratings, continuing for the seventh quarter in a row.
Registered voters across the U.S. took the survey of Morning Consult’s Governor Approval Rankings.
Six of the top 10 governors are looking toward re-election during the upcoming gubernatorial elections on November 6 — including Gov. Charlie Baker (R-Mass.) and Gov. Larry Hogan (R-Md.), who are the top two in the chart.
Earning the top spot, 70 percent of registered voters in Massachusetts approved of Baker, while only 17 percent disapproved.
Below is the approval ranking:
The others who are seeking re-election include Govs. Kay Ivey (R-Ala.), Chris Sununu (R-N.H.), Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.), and Greg Abbott (R-Texas).
The approval vs. disapproval; unaccounted were undecided:
- Charlie Baker (R-Mass.) — Approve: 70 percent, Disapprove: 17 percent
- Larry Hogan (R-Md.) — Approve: 67 percent, Disapprove: 17 percent
- Kay Ivey (R-Ala.) — Approve: 65 percent, Disapprove: 18 percent
- Chris Sununu (R-N.H.) — Approve: 60 percent, Disapprove: 24 percent
- Dennis Daugaard (R-S.D.) — Approve: 59 percent, Disapprove: 27 percent
- Asa Hutchinson (R-Ark.) — Approve: 58 percent, Disapprove: 26 percent
- Greg Abbott (R-Texas)— Approve: 57 percent, Disapprove: 26 percent
- Brian Sandoval (R-Nev.) — Approve: 56 percent, Disapprove: 23 percent
- Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) — Approve: 56 percent, Disapprove: 24 percent
- Gary Herbert (R-Utah) — Approve: 56 percent, Disapprove: 26 percent
He was 65 percent favorable among Democrats and 64 percent favorable among Republicans.
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Republicans currently hold 33 of the governorships in the country.