BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Seventy-one percent of Marylanders approve of the job Larry Hogan is doing as the governor, but 23 percent said they disapprove.
This was a part of a new poll released by Goucher College Monday. Sixty-three percent also said they believe Maryland is headed in the right direction, whole 31 percent said it was on the wrong track.
Thirty percent of Marylanders said COVID-19 is the most important issue facing the state today, while 22 percent said its economic issues and eight percent said education was the most important issue.
MORE POLL RESULTS:
- Most Marylanders View Police Favorably, But Want Some Reform
- 65% Of Marylanders Support Black Lives Matter Movement
Not surprising: the Democratic Party is viewed more favorably than the Republican Party. There’s a 2-to-1 advantage in party registration in Maryland.
This survey was conducted between Sept. 30, 2020, and Oct. 4, 2020. Goucher College surveyed 1,002 Maryland adults and say there is a 95% probability that the survey is plus or minus 3.1 percentage point sampling error for the actual population distribution.