Snyder spokeswoman Sara Wurfel said the governor remains undeterred by the poll results.
“He remains fully committed to making the tough decisions that ensure Michigan turns the corner and sees brighter, stronger days for all,” she said. “He’s hopeful that
Michiganders will realize and witness that firsthand over time, and that his approach of relentless positive action will make a difference. There have been several recent small signs that we’re heading in that direction.”
Fifty-four percent of those surveyed, however, said they think the state is on the wrong track, while 31 percent think it’s headed in the right direction and 15 percent are undecided. Those results are similar to July’s findings.
The Aug. 13-16 poll of 600 likely voters had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.