Results of a Boston Globe/Suffolk University Poll on the state of Massachusetts were released last week. A group of 500 likely voters were asked about favorability, job approval, and name recognition, among other topics. 68 percent of those polled said Massachusetts was heading in the right direction. Polling also revealed that credit for Massachusetts success belonged to Governor Charlie Baker, followed by the economy, and the Massachusetts legislature. Democrat and political consultant Ryan McCollum and Kency Gilet, Chairman of Springfield Republican City Committee, joined Carrie Saldo to shed light on the poll’s findings.