Governor Pat Quinn’s approval ratings have hit an all-time low in a new Chicago Tribune poll. Only 26-percent of Illinois voters say they approve of the job Quinn is doing.
Quinn’s 26-percent approval rating is two points lower than his previous worst from September of 2010... just two months before the governor won election to a full term.
The rating is even worse among Downstate voters, where only 16-percent of voters back Quinn's overall job performance. And the numbers are even worse when it comes specifically to Quinn’s handling of the state budget… only 9-percent of Downstate voters give Quinn a thumbs up there.