Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s role as California Governor is losing it shine, with
his approval ratings dropping to an all-time low.
Californians’ disapproval of Governor Gray Davis led to him losing his
position in 2003, following a recall election from which Republican
Schwarzenegger walked away victorious.
But now, in a poll conducted by the Public Policy Institute of California,
close to 54 per cent of Californians say they disapprove of the Austria
native’s performance–almost double the 28 per cent a year ago and slowly
approaching the 67 per cent who weren’t impressed with Davis two years ago.
Tim Hodson, executive director of the Center for California Studies at
California State University, Sacramento, says, “Schwarzenegger is crashing and
burning because voters now view him as just another partisan politician and
because people just want government to do its job.”
Schwarzenegger has yet to announce if he will be running for re-election in
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