Here's the note from the pollsters:
If Pat Quinn is the Democratic candidate for Governor of Illinois in 2014 Democrats may have a hard time holding onto the office. Only 25% of voters in the state approve of the job he's doing to 64% who disapprove, making him the most unpopular Governor PPP has polled on anywhere in the country this year.
Quinn would trail in hypothetical match ups against Republican State Senator Kirk Dillard (44/37) and Treasurer Dan Rutherford (43/39). He would top Congressman Aaron Schock only narrowly, 40/39. Quinn's unpopularity puts the Republicans in a position where they could win despite the fact that none of them are very well known- Rutherford has 39% name recognition, and both Dillard and Schock are at 35%.
Quinn may not even make it to the general election though. Even among Democratic primary voters he has just a 40% approval rating, with 43% of voters disapproving of him. In a hypothetical head to head with Bill Daley, Quinn would trail 37-34. And in a contest against Attorney General Lisa Madigan, Quinn would start out at a 64/20 deficit.