Here are the country’s 10 most popular and unpopular governors

Gov. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts clinched the top spot this year.

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Gov. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts clinched the top spot this year.
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Republican governors continue to remain popular in Democrat-heavy Northeastern states, according to a new Morning Consult poll.

The approval rating rankings are based on a survey of more than 326,000 registered voters between April 1 and June 30.

The five least and five most popular governors are:


LEAST POPULAR: 1. Oklahoma Republican Mary Fallin

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Mary Fallin.
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Approve: 19%

Disapprove: 74%


2. Connecticut Democrat Dan Malloy

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Dannel Malloy.
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Approve: 21%

Disapprove: 71%


3. Illinois Republican Bruce Rauner

Approve: 27%

Disapprove: 60%


4. Kentucky Republican Matt Bevin

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Matt Bevin.
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Approve: 29%

Disapprove: 57%


5. Alaska Independent Bill Walker

Approve: 29%

Disapprove: 54%


MOST POPULAR: 1. Massachusetts Republican Charlie Baker

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Charlie Baker.
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Approve: 69%

Disapprove: 17%


2. Maryland Republican Larry Hogan

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Larry Hogan.
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Approve: 68%

Disapprove: 17%


3. Alabama Republican Kay Ivey

Approve: 67%

Disapprove: 17%


4. New Hampshire Republican Chris Sununu

Approve: 61%

Disapprove: 22%


5. South Dakota Republican Dennis Daugaard

Approve: 61%

Disapprove: 24%