CT voters disapprove of Governor
May 27, 2015
Connecticut voters are apparently having buyer’s remorse six months after re-electing Dan Malloy as Governor according to a new poll.
FOX CT (WTIC-TV 61) reports a poll by Mason-Dixon Polling and Research shows over half of the voters asked give Malloy a thumbs down.
The survey found 52% of those asked found Malloy’s performance lacking. Breaking it down by party affiliation, 87% of registered Republicans disapproved of his performance, as well as third of his democratic base and 51% of independent voters.
At the station’s page is an interactive pie chart where clicking on certain groups yields results.
For example, men disapprove of Malloy 57 to 36 percent with seven percent not sure. In terms of the female vote, Malloy is about dead even at 48% approval; 45% disapproval and seven percent unsure.
The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.