A new poll finds more Michigan voters are wishing they had voted Virg Bernero into the Governor's office.
The report from "Public Policy Polling" says Governor Rick Snyder's approval ratings have plummeted---- it says 50-percent of voters disapprove of his job perfromance, compared to 33-percent who approve.
Of those surveyed, 47-percent say they would have preferred Bernero to win the election last fall over Snyder.
Voters support collective bargaining rights for union workers by a wide margin.
They also overwhelmingly oppose the new law allowing Emergency Financial Managers to void union contracts-- and take over struggling schools and governments.