NEW POLL: Majority of America’s Most Popular Governors Are in Opposing Party States ​

An America United

A new poll is further proof that Americans are demanding leaders who reject the political extremes of both parties and work across the aisle. According to Morning Consult polling released recently, four of the five most popular governors in America govern in states that voted for the opposing party in the last presidential election, including Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Vermont Governor Phil Scott, and New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu.

The overwhelming popularity of these leaders shows that Americans want bipartisan, common-sense leadership – not the partisanship and dysfunction that dominates in Washington DC today.