Gov. Rick Scott's poll numbers continue to remain somewhere between not-so-good and bad -- even in a survey touted by one of his biggest backers, the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
Its poll, released Tuesday, showed Scott's job approval rating has dropped 7 percentage points since its last likely voter survey in June. But the chamber won't actually tell you that. The trend stat was absent from the chamber's press release.
The drop is yet another sign that Scott's poll-obsessed chief of staff, Adam Hollingsworth, is struggling in fulfilling his mission of improving the governor's public standing (yes, as noted previously, Scott bears ultimate responsibility for his image).