On Wednesday, the first poll of Snyder's approval rating since he signed the right-to-work legislation showed a sharp drop. The poll by a Democratic firm, Public Policy Polling, said Snyder's approval rating is 38%, down 28 points from a poll in early November.
The message seems clear, Gov. Snyder: Many voters don't want a governor who is more interested in fighting than leading, who puts national politics above state interests, and who chooses to spend his political capital to fix what is not broken.
-- Written by Ted Reed in Charlotte, N.C.>To contact the writer of this article, click here: Ted Reed
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