Indiana Poll: Pence's Ratings Drop After 'religious Freedom' Law

The “religious freedom” law signed by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has taken a toll on the potential presidential candidate’s image in his home state. This is according to a new poll released Thursday that shows most Hoosiers think the law was not necessary. The poll, conducted by the Republican firm Bellwether Research for Howey Politics Indiana, an in-state newsletter, pegs Pence’s approval rating at 45 percent — while just as many, 46 percent, disapprove.