Governor Hogan has 71% Approval Rating

"The popularity of Gov. Larry Hogan continues to soar. Seventy-one percent of registered voters in the state — including 63 percent of Democrats and 88 percent of Republicans — approve of the job he is doing.

Hogan’s support has grown by eight points since a Baltimore Sun/University of Baltimore survey in November, and it eclipses the ratings his predecessor, Democrat Martin O’Malley, received during his eight years in office."

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The poll identifies one bright spot for Maryland Republicans: The popularity of Gov. Larry Hogan continues to soar. Seventy-one percent of registered voters in the state — including 63 percent of Democrats and 88 percent of Republicans — approve of the job he is doing.

Hogan's support has grown by eight points since a Baltimore Sun/University of Baltimore survey in November, and it eclipses the ratings his predecessor, Democrat Martin O'Malley, received during his eight years in office.

"It's not a honeymoon, and it's not sympathy because of cancer," said Todd Eberly, a political scientist at St. Mary's College. "These are sustained numbers."

Hogan was elected in 2014 and battled non-Hodgkin's lymphoma last year. Read more at the Baltimore Sun.

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