Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner's approval rating has reached an all-time low, according a new survey by Ogden & Fry.
According to the survery, which was done for The Insider, a political newsletter run by a former aide to House Speaker Michael Madigan, Rauner's approval rating is at 33 percent, with the disapproval rating reaching 57 percent. Back in January, Rauner's disapproval rating was at 50.7 percent.
In the latest survery of likely voters, Rauner struggled the most with Independents, only 30 percent of whom approve of his performance as governor. The state of Illinois has been without a budget for the past 11 months.
"Polls go up and polls go down. Gov. Rauner is 100 percent focused on working with both parties to get a grand compromise that will produce a balanced budget along with significant structural reforms that will put Illinois back on a path to prosperity," Rauner spokeswoman Catherine Kelly said of the poll results, according to Crain's.
The poll has a margin of error of 3.75 percent.