For the first time, Gov. Larry Hogan’s approval ratings took a dip, according to a recent Goucher Poll, but he maintained his popularity.
63 percent of Maryland adults approve of the job Hogan is doing as governor.
This is identical to the approval rating he earned this time last year, but it has went down seven percent from his all-time-high in September of 2016.
17 percent of adults disapprove of Hogan. The top reason for disapproval is that “He hasn’t done enough or the right things.”
The poll surveyed nearly 800 Maryland residents in mid-February.
This is the fifth Goucher Poll since Hogan took office in January of 2015.