GOP Governor Larry Hogan continues to receive sky-high marks for his leadership from voters across the political spectrum in Maryland.
A new Gonzalez poll gives Governor Hogan a 78 percent approval rating, making him one of the most popular governors in America. Governor Hogan’s approval rating remains at unprecedented heights even as he governs one of America’s bluest states as a Republican. The poll shows that a whopping 85 percent of Independents, 75 percent of women – which he won in the November election – and 73 percent of African Americans approve of the job Governor Hogan is doing.
As he continues to move Maryland forward by promoting bipartisan policies that grow the state’s economy and help working families, Governor Hogan is setting a strong example for good governance.
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