We've posted all three of our approval polls for the month of June and all three guys saw higher numbers than the previous month. Those polls include Kansas City Chiefs GM Scott Pioli, head coach Romeo Crennel and owner Clark Hunt.
Crennel ended up with the highest approval rating this month -- 92 percent. That represents an increase over his May 2012 numbers, which were 89 percent. It's the fourth consecutive month Crennel has seen his rating rise. Amazingly, only 18 of the 1,800 votes (at the time of this posting) voted "do not approve". The rest were "not sure" votes.
Pioli ended up with an 85 percent, which is an increase over his 78 percent in May 2012. Almost twice as many people were "not sure" than "do not approve".
Hunt continues to lag behind the Crennel and Pioli with a 77 percent, but that's an increase on his May 2012 number which was 71 percent. Of the three, Hunt had the highest percentage of "do not approve" votes with nine percent.
One of these days we'll get Chris to put some of these numbers in a line graph so we can see the rise and fall throughout the years. (Chris, this is your hint to start making a line graph.)