Approval Rating Dropping, Haley Fights Back
The South Carolina governor has an approval rating of less than 35 percent, according to a new Winthrop Poll.
Gov. Nikki Haley, whose first year in office has been filled with ups and downs, is wrapping up the year with an approval rating of less than 35 percent.
That's according to a new Winthrop Poll released this week, with shows 43 percent of South Carolinians disapprove of the job she has done. The remaining voters were unsure.
Hurting the numbers for Haley, who was elected a year ago with 51 percent of the vote is a 52 percent approval rating among Republicans.
Haley, for her part, isn't backing down from the limelight.
Instead on Monday, she released a new YouTube video touting the thousands of jobs announced this year.