Raleigh, N.C. – Gov. Rick Scott has improved in voters’ minds, with 36% approving and 52% disapproving of his job performance, versus 33-59 when PPP last polled Florida in June. But Scott still has scant company at the bottom of the well of governors. He had been the absolute least popular chief executive in the country, and he is now joined by Connecticut’s Dan Malloy and Ohio’s John Kasich. Scott has improved a bit with both Democrats and Republicans, with Democrats still disliking him far more than his own party likes him. But the main shift has occurred with independents, from 27-64 to 35-52.