I live in Louisiana too and have been a political observer for about 40 years.
My observations suggest he would rather reward the corporations and the rich on the backs of the working class.
As one who is trained in economics, I would give him a F grade.
His economic decisions and actions are damaging to the state.
He has objected to many economic recovery aids from the federal government during this recession.
Louisiana has one of highest insurance rates in the country, Unemployment benefits which are beneficial to economic recovery is so low in Louisiana that it will never cover a typical modest mortgage.
He wants to worsen this situation.
Education in Louisiana is in bad shape and his actions have made it worse. Health care, crime, crumbling infrastructure, and poverty issues have been made worse by him. He has taken care of oil companies and large corporations well, but the welfare hardworking workers, children and seniors has gone backwards with him.
His actions are strictly on party lines and seem to respond well to the directions of powerful lobbyists. A governor should be more independent and should be able to think for himself what is good for his state like Schwarzenegger in California.
Though as a governor, he should care for all including the business interest. He fails my spiritual test when he dumps the old, the working poor and the young in his state.