Voters across Wisconsin are apparently souring on Governor Tony Evers.
The latest Marquette Law School Poll shows the governor's disapproval rating jumped 15 percent since January.
Back then, 22 percent of people didn't like the job that the governor was doing. This month, the poll said, 37 percent disapprove.
To be fair, Evers' approval rating jumped as well. In January, 39 percent of people in Wisconsin approved of the governor. This month, the poll said, 47 percent approve.
The shift comes from more voters coming to a conclusion about Governor Evers.
In January, 38 percent of people didn't have an opinion of the governor. This month, that number shrank to just 15 percent of people who don't have an opinion.
In other words, most of the people who made up their minds about have decided that they don't like the new governor.
Why? Because he is doing what he promised to do. He's going to tax and spend.
It's wonderful that the voters in Wisconsin are waking up. But wouldn't it have been nice had people woken-up last November.
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The shift comes from a big block of voters coming to a conclusion about the governor. In January, 38 percent of people didn't have an opinoin of