Looks like his vote in support of that $15 billion Democratic jobs bill didn’t hurt him any in the state.
70% in Massachusetts Approve of Scott Brown’s Job Performance
Seventy percent (70%) of Massachusetts voters approve so far of new Republican Senator Scott Brown’s job performance, including 30% who Strongly Approve.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in the state finds only 26% who disapprove of the job he is doing, with 11% who Strongly Disapprove.
Brown won an upset victory in a special January 19 election to fill the Senate seat held for 47 years by the late Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy. He is the first Republican Massachusetts has sent to the Senate since 1972.
Even most Democrats (57%) at least somewhat approve of the job the new senator is doing. But Republicans and unaffiliated voters are much more likely to Strongly Approve of Brown’s job performance.