POLL: GOP Governor Ron DeSantis Off To A “Strong Start” In Florida

Gov. DeSantis is off to a strong start after just three weeks in office.

A new poll shows that Floridians believe their new GOP Governor Ron DeSantis is off to a strong start after just three weeks in office.

Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy’s latest survey shows that 48 percent of Floridians view Governor DeSantis favorably while only 17 percent do not, a 31-point difference. This comes as Governor DeSantis’ early actions on environmental and judicial issues have drawn praise from cross the political spectrum.

With strong showings of support from Sunshine State residents, it’s clear that Governor DeSantis is off to a great start as Florida’s chief executive.


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