LUNCHTIME POLITICS: Job Ratings for All 100 Senators – Tiger Woods

Your Daily Polling Update for Friday, April 26, 2019

Up 1 from yesterday

RON’S COMMENT: Today’s average is based on four polls, ranging from 39% (Politico/Morning Consult) to 50% (Rasmussen). Without these two extremes, it would be 43%…. President Trump’s disapproval rating averages 53% today (same as yesterday), which is 9 points higher than his approval rating.

Among voters in each home state

% = Approve/Disapprove
TOP 20
Vermont, Bernie Sanders (I): 62%/31%
Vermont, Patrick Leahy (D): 59%/28%
Minnesota, Amy Klobuchar (D): 58%/26%
Maine, Angus King (I): 58%/29%
Wyoming, John Barrasso: (R): 56%/ 26%
South Dakota, Mike Rounds (R): 56%/28%
North Dakota, John Hoeven (R): 55%/22%
South Dakota, John Thune (R): 55%/31%
Hawaii, Brian Schatz (D): 53%/25%
New Hampshire, Jeanne Shaheen (D): 53%/32%
Wyoming, Mike Enzi (R): 52%/23%
Delaware, Chris Coons (D): 52%/29%
South Carolina, Lindsey Graham (R): 52%/31%
Maine, Susan Collins (R): 52%/39%
South Carolina, Tim Scott (R): 51%/21%
Massachusetts, Ed Markey (D): 51%/22%
Delaware, Thomas Carper (D): 51%/30%
Maryland, Ben Cardin (D): 50%/22%
Oregon, Ron Wyden (D): 50%/26%
Utah, Mitt Romney (R): 50%/29%
New Hampshire, Maggie Hassan (D): 50%/33%
Montana, Jon Tester (D): 50%/38%
Louisiana, John Kennedy (R): 49%/23%
Nebraska, Ben Sasse (R): 49%/27%
Rhode Island, Jack Reed (D): 49%/27%
Connecticut, Chris Murphy (D): 49%/32%
Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren (D): 49%/40%
Arkansas, Tom Cotton (R): 48%/29%
Washington, Maria Cantwell (D): 48%/29%
Virginia, Mark Warner (D): 48%/29%
West Virginia, Shelley Moore Capito (R): 48%/30%
Wisconsin, Tammy Baldwin (D): 48%/35%
Texas, Ted Cruz (R): 48%/35%
Louisiana, Bill Cassidy (R): 47%/24%
Georgia, David Perdue (R): 47%/25%
Washington, Patty Murray (D): 47%/29%
Hawaii, Mazie Hirono (D): 47%/34%
New Jersey, Cory Booker (D): 47%/33%
New York, Chuck Schumer (D): 47%/35%
Alabama, Richard Shelby (R): 46%/25%
Arkansas, John Boozman (R): 46%/25%
Idaho, Michael Crapo (R): 46%/26%
Oregon, Jeff Merkley (D): 46%/28%
Virginia, Tim Kaine (D): 46%/33%
Michigan, Debbie Stabenow (D): 46%/33%
Nebraska, Deb Fischer (R): 46%/34%
Rhode Island, Sheldon Whitehouse (D): 46%/35%
Connecticut, Richard Blumenthal (D): 46%/36%
West Virginia, Joe Manchin (D): 46%/41%
Maryland, Chris Van Hollen (D): 45%/21%
Utah, Mike Lee (R): 45%/27%
Mississippi, Roger Wicker (R): 45%/28%
Ohio, Sherrod Brown (D): 45%/28%
Pennsylvania, Robert Casey (D): 44%/29%
Montana, Steve Daines (R): 44%/31%
Florida, Marco Rubio (R): 44%/35%
Idaho, James Risch (R): 43%/23%
California, Kamala Harris (D): 43%/29%
Tennessee, Lamar Alexander (R): 43%/30%
New York, Kirsten Gillibrand (D): 43%/30%
Tennessee, Marsha Blackburn (R): 43%/33%
California, Dianne Feinstein (D): 43%/35%
North Dakota, Kevin Cramer (R): 43%/35%
Alaska, Lisa Murkowski (R): 43%/36%
Minnesota, Tina Smith (D): 42%/24%
Texas, John Cornyn (R): 42%/25%
Arizona, Kyrsten Sinema (D): 42%/29%
Florida, Rick Scott (D): 42%/35%
Iowa, Chuck Grassley (R): 42%/39%
Georgia, Johnny Isakson (R): 41%/24%
Oklahoma, James Lankford (R): 41%/26%
Oklahoma, James Inhofe (R): 41%/29%
Illinois, Tammy Duckworth (D): 41%/31%
Kentucky, Rand Paul (R): 41%/38%
Indiana, Mike Braun (R): 40%/27%
Alabama, Doug Jones (D): 40%/34%
Iowa, Joni Ernst (R): 40%/37%
Indiana, Todd Young (R): 39%/25%
Ohio, Rob Portman (R): 39%/28%
Colorado, Michael Bennet (D): 39%/28%
New Mexico, Tom Udall (D): 39%/31%
New Mexico, Martin Heinrich (D): 39%/32%
Nevada, Jackie Rosen (D): 39%/32%
Wisconsin, Ron Johnson (R): 39%/33%
North Carolina, Richard Burr (R): 38%/31%
Nevada, Catherine Cortez Masto (D): 38%/31%
Alaska, Dan Sullivan (R): 38%/32%
Pennsylvania, Patrick Toomey (R): 38%/33%
Missouri, Roy Blunt (R): 38%/35%
Mississippi, Cindy Hyde-Smith (R): 38%/37%
Kansas, Jerry Moran (R): 37%/28%
Missouri, Josh Hawley (R): 37%/30%
Illinois, Dick Durbin (D): 37%/35%
Kentucky, Mitch McConnell (R): 36%/50%
Kansas, Pat Roberts (R): 35%/34%
Arizona, Martha McSally (R): 35%/35%
Colorado, Cory Gardner (R): 35%/35%
North Carolina, Thom Tillis (R): 34%/33%
Michigan, Gary Peters (D): 33%/23%
New Jersey, Robert Menendez (D): 33%/43%
RON’S COMMENT: This is the latest compilation of Senate job ratings that were put together based on polling conducted from January thru the end of March. Of the top 20 places, 9 are Democrats, 9 are Republicans and 2 are independents (who caucus with Democrats). Of the bottom 20 places, 7 are Democrats and 13 are Republicans…. Note that the two “independents” rate among the top 4…. The only senator to break 60% is Bernie Sanders (I-VT)…. Only 22 senators score 50% or better, while 23 score below 40%…. The only two senators with higher negative than positive ratings are Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ)…. In the 2020 elections, incumbents seen as most vulnerable are Doug Jones (D-AL), Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Martha McSally (R-AZ). Susan Collins (R-ME) will also have a well-watched race.

Among adults nationwide

Do you have a favorable or unfavorable impression of… Tiger Woods? 
Favorable: 50%
Unfavorable: 24%
RON’S COMMENT: Tiger Woods’ popularity is on the upswing. A year ago, his national rating was 35% favorable/47% unfavorable…. His favorability rating is now highest among men (61%), people over 65 (60%) and Republicans (55%). It’s lower among women (40%), Millennials (44%) and independents (45%).

Presidential job rating average based on recent nationwide polls.
SENATOR JOB RATINGS: Morning Consult, January-March, 2019
WOODS: Morning Consult, April 19-21

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