Special Report

America's Least Popular Governors

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40. New Hampshire
> Governor: Gov. Chris Sununu (R)
> Popularity: 60% approve, 34% disapprove
> In office since: 2017
> Running for office in 2022?: Yes

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38 (tied). Kansas
> Governor: Gov. Laura Kelly (D)
> Popularity: 56% approve, 34% disapprove
> In office since: 2019
> Running for office in 2022?: Yes

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38 (tied). Delaware
> Governor: Gov. John Carney (D)
> Popularity: 56% approve, 34% disapprove
> In office since: 2017
> Running for office in 2022?: No election this year

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37. Connecticut
> Governor: Gov. Ned Lamont (D)
> Popularity: 58% approve, 35% disapprove
> In office since: 2019
> Running for office in 2022?: Yes

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36. North Dakota
> Governor: Gov. Doug Burgum (R)
> Popularity: 57% approve, 35% disapprove
> In office since: 2016
> Running for office in 2022?: No election this year

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