Really: Gov. Sam Brownback Has 18 Percent Approval Rating In Latest Poll

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Only 18 percent of Kansans are “very” or “somewhat satisfied” with Gov. Sam Brownback’s (R) job performance, according to a poll from Fort Hays State University released Friday.

In comparison, President Barack Obama (D) had a job approval rating 10 points higher in the deep red state than the Republican governor: 28 percent.

“This could be some of the lowest approval ratings of any Kansas governor in history,” Bob Beatty, a political scientist at Washburn University, told the Topeka Capital-Journal on Saturday.

The “Kansas Speaks” poll was conducted among 638 Kansas residents 18 years or older from Sept. 14 to Oct. 5 by telephone. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.9 percent.

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