Unemployed workers in places like Perrysburg, Fremont, and Bryan shake their heads and ask, "Where have all the jobs gone?"These kinds of stories aren't the way for Strickland to make himself any less "unusually popular".
A new study by the think tank Economic Policy Institute has a partial answer: China.
The study estimated that Ohio lost 91,800 jobs to China for the eighth worst job losses in the nation.
But, then again, with a 'kick-the-can' jobs policy, the Governor has no one but himself to blame.