Governor Dannel Malloy’s approval ratings have never been sky high, as pretty much everyone in Connecticut knows. But a recent poll from Quinnipiac University conducted from October 7 to 11 shows Connecticut is 100 percent done with the Gov. Only about a third of Connecticuters actually like what he’s doing.
The poll’s director Douglas Schwartz says “Gov. Dannel Malloy’s job approval rating has plummeted to 32 percent, close to the historic 24 percent low hit by disgraced former Gov. John Rowland in January 2004, and Gov. Malloy is not in the middle of a corruption scandal.”
Nineteen percent approve the way he handled the budget, 41 percent approve the way he handled transportation issues and 38 percent like his policies on crime. Only 36 percent are happy with the way things are going in the state, which according to the poll is one of the lowest scores ever.
No wonder everyone wants out right?