GLENN: Who is the most popular governor in America?
STU: Okay. Yeah, so this is incredible actually. Let me give you the top ten. Number ten, Gary Herbert from Utah, 64 percent.
GLENN: Number ten. Wow.
STU: Number ten. Tied with number nine --
GLENN: I like Gary. I don't necessarily like his policies. I don't know much about it, but I like him. He's a nice guy.
STU: There's four governors tied at 64 percent. Gary Herbert. Greg Abbott, here in Texas.
GLENN: Greg Abbott is only at 64 percent?
STU: Pretty good.
GLENN: Greg Abbott should be the number one governor in America.
STU: Good for top ten. That's pretty good.
GLENN: Oh, that's -- that is an insult to Greg Abbott.
STU: Tennessee Bill Haslam. And Nevada's Brian Sandoval, all have 64 percent. In sixth place, Arkansas. Asa Hutchinson, at 67 percent.
GLENN: Wait a minute. So far -- aren't all of these -- all of these guys are Republican, aren't they?
STU: So far, all Republicans.
JEFFY: Yes, they are.
STU: Fifth place, South Dakota, Dennis Daugaard, 68 percent.
PAT: Another Republican.
GLENN: Don't know about him.
STU: Also tied at 68 percent, Vermont's Phil Scott. Also a Republican.
GLENN: In Vermont.
STU: In Vermont. Kind of interesting.
STU: Number three, North Dakota's Doug Burgum at 69 percent.
PAT: Also a Republican.
STU: Republican. Number two, Maryland's Larry Hogan.
PAT: Can't be a Republican. And yet he is.
STU: Also a Republican.
GLENN: You've got to be kidding me.
PAT: That's amazing.
STU: 72 percent approval in Maryland for a Republican.
PAT: In Maryland. Wow.
GLENN: What has he done? What pact with the devil has he made?
PAT: Wow. Wow. That's amazing, isn't it?
GLENN: Yeah, that's incredible.
PAT: A Republican governor with 73 percent approval in Maryland.
GLENN: And nine points higher than Greg Abbott.
PAT: That's crazy. Jeez.
GLENN: Greg Abbott -- I'm telling you, America, Greg Abbott is the greatest -- I mean, I would vote for him in 2020.
STU: I don't think he's running in 2020.
GLENN: No, he's not.
STU: Against a Republican.
PAT: For president.
GLENN: For president. He's remarkable. He's remarkable.
PAT: You could remark upon him.
STU: And you just did.
PAT: You do have the ability to remark --
GLENN: Shut up. Shut up.
STU: It's historic. It's happened in history.
STU: Number one governor approval rating in America, Massachusetts' Charlie Baker. 75 percent.
GLENN: Holy cow.
STU: A Republican.
PAT: Also a Republican.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. The whole top ten.
STU: The whole top ten are all Republicans. Number one, number two, and number four, Massachusetts, Maryland, and Vermont, Republicans.
PAT: That's crazy.
STU: I mean, look, they might not be as conservative as you might want -- and, by the way, number 11 is Nathan Deal from Georgia.
GLENN: Where do you have to go to get to the first Democrat?
STU: Number 12, New York's Andrew Cuomo at 62 percent, which I wonder why. If that --
GLENN: But he just fits New York. I mean, you know.
STU: Yeah, well, obviously you've got the history there with his father.
GLENN: Everybody is screaming, if I could just get another New York liberal to choose from --