LANSING (WWJ) – A new poll shows Michigan voters are feeling a little better about the economy, and Governor Rick Snyder.

The latest EPIC-MRA survey  finds voters are warming up a bit to Snyder, with the governor’s favorability rating up slightly from 38 to 41 percent over the past month.

Fifty-one percent, though, say the state’s headed in the wrong direction, but that number is four percentage points better than a similar poll in May. One-third of voters say the state is headed in the right direction, up from 28 percent.

Another plus for the Governor  — all residents questioned recognized his name, which probably is a good thing.

The same poll showed 61 percent felt favorable toward Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow. One percent of those asked never heard of her.

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