Governor Bobby Jindal's popularity has dropped according to the Southern Media Opinion & Research Inc.’s latest statewide survey.  So much so, that his popularity is actually lower than President Barack Obama.

The governor's approval rate dropped from 51% in the fall to 38%.  The nosedive in popularity stems from many issues, including Jindal's call to cut spending in areas like health care and education.

The president's approval rate in Louisiana according to the survey was 43%.

Like high school, politics is often a game of popularity.  So, who is more popular?