WASHINGTON, DC–(Marketwired – Feb 19, 2018) – Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is a “good president” in his state, according to a new poll conducted by the Arizona Republic.
Duceys approval rating has been at around 45 percent for the past month, and has now risen above 50 percent, according the poll.
It was a 3 point increase since a December survey conducted by Arizona State University.
Dwayne Diller, president of the Arizona Republican Party, said Duceies support in Arizona is “good news” and that it’s “just the start of the journey toward the great state of Arizona.”
He added that “people in the state love him for that reason.”
Diller has been a long-time ally of President Donald Trump, and during the 2016 election, the two held their first-ever joint press conference.
The president’s approval rating was at just 38 percent in the survey, but Duceyds popularity in Arizona has climbed dramatically since Trump’s election, from 31 percent in November 2016 to 43 percent now.
Diller said Trump is a man who “knows how to win.”
“The more you win, the better it feels, the more people feel they belong,” Diller told the Republic.
“We have a very healthy president in Donald Trump.
He is doing the right thing, he’s doing the best job he can.
The people of Arizona love him.”
Duceyns popularity has been in a steady climb since Trump was elected, but his approval rating is still relatively low, at just 29 percent.
It is now just above 50% for the first time in his presidency.
Dizaster Zadrozny, a political science professor at Arizona State, said the rise of Trump’s approval in Arizona shows that he has been able to tap into the “skepticism” of his own base, and that he’s been able “to convince the voters to go back to him.”
“Dizaster knows what works and what doesn’t work,” Zadrosny said.
“It’s not that he hasn’t tried to work with his base.
It’s that he doesn’t understand how to do it.
Daley has been his most trusted advisor and Dizasters willingness to work closely with him has been very effective.” “
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Daley has been his most trusted advisor and Dizasters willingness to work closely with him has been very effective.”
Zadronys comments are supported by a survey of likely voters conducted by Rasmussen Reports, which found that Trump is now viewed more favorably by Democrats, independents, and people under age 30.
Zadrodzny said the president’s popularity has also risen among voters under 30, who now hold an approval rating of 56 percent, up from 43 percent in December.
Dazza said Dizaronys popularity has shown “the real strength of the base,” which has helped him win over the state’s political establishment.
“He has a strong base of support and people are coming out in droves to vote,” Dazazny said, adding that the president is “a lot likelier to reach out to younger voters than older voters.”
Zdrosny also pointed to the president-elect’s support from the state GOP.
“They are in a very good place,” Zdrizny said of the Republican Party of Arizona.
“There’s been a shift to the right in the last several years and the Trump administration is just a good signal of that.
They’re not going to win back all the seats that were lost in the Republican primaries, but they’re certainly gaining seats in state government.
“I think Dzrosons popularity is a sign of the state of the party in Arizona. “
Dzrazon’s popularity in the GOP is very similar to President Trump’s,” ZDrosny told Fox News.
“I think Dzrosons popularity is a sign of the state of the party in Arizona.
They are in sync with the president.”
Dizartzny added that Dizardys popularity in Washington has also increased, “from 30 percent to around 50.”