New poll shows Gov. Lujan Grisham is ‘underwater’ with voters

A new poll conducted by Cygnal, the national survey research and polling firm, shows scandal-ridden alleged serial groper Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is “underwater” with voters in New Mexico.

The survey of 600 likely general election voters with a margin of error of ±4.00% shows that Lujan Grisham is more unfavorable than favorable in the state and that voters would most likely choose a Republican over her for reelection.

Regarding favorability, Lujan Grisham has a 46.9% rating, while 50.9% of voters think of her unfavorably. Regarding job approval, Lujan Grisham has only 46.5% approval while 48.5 disapprove. The real blow to Lujan Grisham is when voters were asked if Lujan Grisham “deserves reelection.” Only 43.7% said she deserves to be reelected while 52.4% resoundingly said she does not.

“It’s clear that Governor Grisham is in trouble,” said Brent Buchanan, Cygnal’s CEO and founder. “Voters aren’t happy with the direction of the country or the state, they clearly hold her responsible for the latter, and her recent actions only reinforce the fact that she’s out of touch with New Mexico voters.”

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by John Block | Piñion Post | July 19, 2021