John Cornyn Job Approval Trend

John Cornyn Job Approval Trend

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't Know
November 201527%34%38%
February 201627%32%41%
June 201624%35%41%
October 201628%36%37%
February 201730%34%36%
June 201728%41%30%
October 201728%42%30%
February 201829%38%33%
June 201827%38%34%
October 201839%34%28%
February 201936%35%29%
June 201937%34%29%
October 201935%34%31%
February 202036%39%25%
April 202038%36%26%
June 202036%40%24%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't Know
November 201543%24%32%
February 201645%20%34%
June 201641%21%39%
October 201644%18%36%
February 201752%13%36%
June 201751%21%27%
October 201746%23%31%
February 201850%18%32%
June 201846%18%35%
October 201870%8%21%
February 201962%14%25%
June 201963%12%26%
October 201961%12%28%
February 202066%10%23%
April 202066%12%22%
June 202065%15%20%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't Know
November 201511%47%41%
February 201613%42%45%
June 201610%49%41%
October 20169%53%39%
February 201710%54%37%
June 20178%59%33%
October 20179%63%28%
February 201810%59%31%
June 20189%62%29%
October 20188%64%29%
February 201911%60%29%
June 201911%59%29%
February 20207%69%24%
April 202010%63%26%
June 20208%68%24%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't know
November 201520%34%45%
February 201624%34%41%
June 201622%39%40%
October 201625%43%33%
February 201715%48%36%
June 201717%51%32%
October 201726%41%33%
February 201826%33%42%
June 201825%38%38%
October 201825%38%37%
February 201921%39%41%
June 201928%32%40%
October 201930%28%42%
February 202021%48%31%
April 202021%38%41%
June 202024%39%37%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't Know
November 201541%29%30%
February 201644%25%31%
June 201640%25%35%
October 201645%26%29%
February 201748%15%36%
June 201747%25%28%
October 201744%26%30%
February 201849%22%29%
June 201846%22%32%
October 201865%10%25%
February 201959%16%24%
June 201961%15%24%
February 202065%14%20%
April 202065%11%23%
June 202068%15%18%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't Know
November 20159%62%29%
February 20166%63%31%
June 20167%67%25%
October 20168%62%29%
February 20178%71%20%
June 20178%68%23%
October 20179%69%22%
February 20186%67%27%
June 20188%69%23%
October 20187%71%23%
February 20198%68%23%
June 201912%64%24%
February 20202%80%19%
April 202010%71%20%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't Know
November 201537%45%19%
February 201628%41%31%
June 201627%41%32%
October 201643%37%21%
February 201753%23%24%
June 201748%41%12%
October 201738%45%17%
February 201846%33%20%
June 201840%36%23%
October 201862%19%19%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't know
November 201531%43%27%
February 201630%42%28%
June 201627%44%29%
October 201629%43%28%
February 201732%37%31%
June 201730%45%24%
October 201737%43%20%
February 201837%42%20%
June 201831%43%26%
October 201845%34%20%
February 201943%37%20%
June 201943%36%21%
February 202042%42%17%
April 202041%41%18%
June 202041%41%18%

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ApproveDisapproveNeither/Don't know
November 201525%26%49%
February 201626%24%51%
June 201624%26%50%
October 201625%30%45%
February 201728%30%42%
June 201726%38%36%
October 201721%40%40%
February 201822%35%43%
June 201824%34%41%
October 201832%33%33%
February 201930%33%36%
June 201932%32%36%
February 202030%38%33%
April 202036%31%34%
June 202031%39%29%

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