Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s Job Approval Rating Surges To 75%, Making Him The Most Popular Governor In America

Maryland GOP Governor Larry Hogan’s job approval rating has surged to an astounding 75%.

The RGA writes:

According to a new Gonzales Research poll out this morning, Maryland GOP Governor Larry Hogan’s job approval rating has surged to an astounding 75%, making him the most popular governor in America.

WBAL reports that “incumbent Republican Larry Hogan remains popular in Maryland with 75 percent of voters approving of the job Hogan is doing as governor.” Hogan also continues to lead all potential Democrat challengers by double digits.

Larry Hogan’s successful, bipartisan leadership has brought over 100,000 jobs back to the state, and is clearly resonating with the people of Maryland. Maryland voters – Democrats, Independents and Republicans alike – agree that Governor Hogan gets the job done.

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