Well, according to our friends conducting the latest Quinnipiac University Poll, CT Governor Malloy doesn't have the best approval rating.

NBC CT reports that Governor Dan Malloy has recently received the lowest poll numbers of his tenure, with a
32 percent approval rating. In addition to that, 
58 percent of Connecticut voters disapprove of the job he’s doing as our state's leader.

Not only is this is lowest approval rating, it's the lowest approval rating of any state that Quinnipiac held surveys for this time around.

Quinnipiac University's Poll Director Douglas Schwartz commented on their website that:

Only 36 percent of voters are satisfied with the way things are going in the state, one of the lowest scores since Quinnipiac University started asking this question in 1997


It never seemed that Malloy ever had any high days as Governor, but if he did, they are long gone.



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