That’s according to the latest Quinnipiac Poll, which found Wolf with a 36% approval rating against a 51% disapproval score. This is a just a couple point improvement from last month, which indicates the budget battle may have had a lasting negative effect.
Wolf’s popularity is in positive territory for just two groups, Democrats (60/26) and non-whites (51/33).
For all the rest, his numbers are upside down: Republicans (13/80), independents (37/47), men (34/59), women (39/45), college grads (43/47), those who didn’t graduate college (32/54), 18-34 year olds (32/51), 35-49 year olds (38/51), 50-64 year olds (37/52), those over 65 (37/52), white men (31/62), white women (36/49), and whites (34/55).
This survey was conducted by Quinnipiac University using live interviewers calling land lines and cell phones from April 27th to May 8th. They contacted 1,077 registered voters. The margin of error is +/- 3%.