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PPP survey: Rick Scott's "really bad off"

Public Policy Polling, which often polls for Democrats but has done a solid job of survey work, issued a report on the perceptions of new governors, and it shows Florida's Rick Scott is still rather unpopular.

According to PPP's blog:

Scott's the one who's really bad off with only 33% of voters seeing him positively to 43% with an unfavorable opinion. He has very little appeal to Democrats and independents and even within his own party less than half of voters rate him favorably. Although Scott's numbers are bad they are actually slightly better than they were right before the election, indicating that some voters are giving him a second chance as he prepares to take office.