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Gov. Mary Fallin named least popular US governor, per report

Governor Mary Fallin. (KOKH/FILE)
Governor Mary Fallin. (KOKH/FILE)
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In the wake of teacher protests, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin's approval rating took a hit during the second quarter of 2018.

Fallin, who's in the final months of her tenure, has a 19-percent approval rating, with a 74-percent disapproval rating, according to a survey released on Wednesday.

Fallin's 19-percent approval rating is the lowest in the country, making her America's least popular governor.

Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin and Arkansas Gov. Bill Walker were the other U.S. governors to receive a sub-30-percent approval rating.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker edged Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan for the highest approval rating at 69 percent.

The report is based on 326,051 surveys with registered voters across the U.S. The surveys were conducted April 1 through June 30, according to the website.

  1. Mary Fallin (R-OK) -- 74-percent disapproval rating
  2. Dan Malloy (D-CT) -- 71-percent disapproval rating
  3. Bruce Rauner (R-IL) -- 60-percent disapproval rating
  4. Matt Bevin (R-KY) -- 57-percent disapproval rating
  5. Bill Walker (I-AK) -- 54-percent disapproval rating
  6. Susana Martinez (R-NM) -- 54-percent disapproval rating
  7. Paul Lepage (R-ME) -- 54-percent disapproval rating
  8. Rick Snyder (R-MI) -- 50-percent disapproval rating
  9. Scott Walker (R-WI) -- 50-percent disapproval rating
  10. David Ige (D-HI) -- 46-percent disapproval rating
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