Gov. Doug Ducey arriving at a press briefing on June 17, the first time he wore a mask and when he finally relented and allowed local officials to impose their own mask mandates. 

PHOENIX -- The spike in COVID-19 cases blew a big hole in how Arizonans think Gov. Doug Ducey is handling the pandemic according to a new survey.

And it has yet to recover. In fact, the national report by professors at four universities finds voters in only two other states who are less pleased with their chief executives: Florida and Iowa.

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