Gov. Sununu Holds 62% Approval Rating

Sununu is one of the most popular governors in America.

A Granite State Poll released by the University of New Hampshire on Thursday has some good news for Gov. Chris Sununu. From the UNH Survey Center: 

"Just seven months into his first term, a majority of Granite Staters approve of Governor Chris Sununu's job performance. Currently, 62% approve of the job Sununu is doing, 16% disapprove, and 22% are neutral or unsure. 

Tthe percentage of respondents who approve of Sununu has increased each quarter, while the percentage who disapprove has remained relatively steady."

So not only is Sununu popular with a majority of New Hampshire residents, his popularity has been gaining over time. What's more, it's bipartisan. According to the survey, 3-in-4 Republicans approve of the governor, while 3-in-5 Indepndents and half of all Democrats approve. 

More good news: 75% of New Hampshirites believe the state is headed in the right direction. 

Get the full survey results here

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