Bobby Jindal's numbers fading in Louisiana?

According to a survey released Wednesday by the Democratically affiliated Public Policy Polling, Jindal’s approval rating among state voters has sunk to 28 percent — with 59 percent of respondents disapproving of the job he is doing.

Those numbers are bad enough, but they are astonishing in light of a poll PPP conducted three years ago, shortly after the BP oil spill devastated the state’s Gulf Coast shoreline, that showed Jindal to be one of the most popular governors in the country.

The latest survey bestows upon him the dubious distinctions of being the most unpopular Republican governor of any state and the second most unpopular governor overall.