According to Public Policy Polling, Governor Deval Patrick currently has a 22% approval to 59% disapproval rating. These results are taken from the same poll showing Scott Brown of Wrentham leading Martha Coakley by a 48% to 47% margin. PPP is a Democratic polling company. These numbers are significantly lower than his his numbers in the Boston Globe/UNH poll reported earlier.
Tim Cahill: 24% favorable, 22% unfavorable.
Christy Mihos: 20% favorable, 35% unfavorable.
Charlie Baker: 17% favorable, 13% unfavorable.
Bill Galvin: 36% favorable, 16% unfavorable.
Patrick 29%, Cahill 21%, Baker 27%.
Patrick 28%, Cahill 25%, Mihos 21%.
PPP also polled Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Gavlin (D) as a potential Democratic nominee for Governor in the November elections! Is Bill Galvin considering challenging Deval Patrick in the Democratic primary?
There was little difference between his numbers and Deval Patrick’s. I included his data below the fold.
MORE BELOW THE FOLD….
Galvin 26%, Cahill 18%, Baker 26%.
Galvin 26%, Cahill 22%, Mihos 20%.
PPP surveyed 744 likely Massachusetts voters from January 7th to 9th. The margin of
error is +/-3.6%. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may
introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.
Complete results are attached and can be found at www.publicpolicypolling.com.