A new Washington Post-UMD Poll shows that Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, who has had notable support for a Republican governor in a blue state, has began to decline in popularity slightly.
While Governor Hogan still enjoys a 65% approval rating, it is down from 71% in the last Washington Post-UMD Poll, marking the first time that his approval rating has declined since he took office.
To make matters worse, Governor Hogan's reelection support lags behind his approval rating, with 41% of registered voters saying that they would support Hogan's re-election bid and 37% preferring a Democrat. These numbers, it should be noted, are against a general Democratic opponent.
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