Poll: The ranking of the most popular governors in the United States is released. Republican governors almost dominate the top ten

[Voice of Hope November 28, 2021](Compiled by our reporter Yuning)According to a recent poll, nine of the top ten governors most popular with voters in the United States are Republican governors.

According to a report by Fox News on November 27, a poll recently published on the Morning Consult website showed that the most popular governor in the United States is Vermont Republican Governor Phil Scott, and the voter approval rate for him is as high as 79%; Among the top ten governors, only the seventh Connecticut governor, Ned Lamont, is a Democrat.

According to the report, a poll conducted by the Morning Consult website from July 21 to October 20 of registered voters in various states showed that the top most popular governor was Vermont Governor Phi Scott, voters The recognition rate for him is as high as 79%; the second is Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (Charlie Baker), the recognition rate is 72%; the third is Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (Larry Hogan) , The recognition rate is 70%.

The fourth is New Hampshire Governor Christopher Sununu (Christopher Sununu), his approval rate is 67%; fifth, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon (Mark Gordon), 66%; West Virginia Governor Jim Jas (Jim Justice) sixth, 65%; seventh, Connecticut Governor Lamont (Ned Lamont), 64%.

Governor of Alabama Kay Ivey, Governor of Ohio Mike Devon, Governor of Utah Spencer Cox (Spencer Cox) tied for eighth place, 62%; ninth is North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, 60%; Governor of Montana, Greg Gianforte, 10th, 59%.

Among the 985 people surveyed in Vermont in the poll, 88% of Democratic voters, 75% of non-partisans and 75% of Republican voters supported Scott.

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According to the poll, the three most unpopular governors are Kate Brown, the Democratic Governor of Oregon, 43%; Doug Ducey, the Republican Governor of Arizona, 44%; and the State of Hawaii Democratic Governor David Ige (David Ige). The error in this poll is ±4%.

Quinnipiac University announced on November 18 that the university’s poll of 1,378 national voters from November 11 to 15 showed that 38% to 46% of respondents hoped to be in the Republican Party in mid-2022. Win the House of Representatives in the election; 40% to 46% of respondents hope that Republicans will win the Senate. The error in this poll is ±2.6%.

Editor in charge: Changqing

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