Back in May, John Kasich had polling numbers that made us write this:
The governor's approval ratings now have him somewhere between "Weird kid who eats his boogers and has to sit by himself at lunch," and, "Weird kid who eats his boogers and sits with one other person at lunch."
That was when Kasich was sporting a tidy 38% approval rating. Via the PD, new numbers are out today from Quinnipiac and that number is now down to 35%, which means Kasich is now south of "Weird kid who eats his boogers and has to sit by himself at lunch," but still a tick north of "Weird kid who even the teachers run away from at lunch because he smells slightly of BO and fish sticks."
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