CHRISTIE’S NJ RATINGS DROP TO NEW ALL-TIME LOWS; VOTERS CITE GOV’S ATTITUDE, BULLYING, AND UNTRUSTWORTHINESS

Posted at 12:01 am August 6, 2015, in 2010's, 2016 Election, August 2015, Economy, Governor Chris Christie, Hurricane Sandy, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, Summer 2015, Taxes

Note: This Rutgers-Eagleton Poll was conducted prior to Gov. Chris Christie qualifying as a participant in Fox News’ first Republican presidential primary debate this Thursday, August 6th.

As Gov. Chris Christie campaigns to win over voters in New Hampshire and Iowa, voters back home are more dissatisfied with him than ever, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Just 30 percent of New Jersey registered voters have a favorable opinion of Christie, an eight-point drop since April and less than half his favorable rating following his November 2013 re-election; 59 percent are now unfavorable, an 11-point increase since April. Christie’s favorability has mostly been on a downward spiral since August 2014.

Christie Favorability Trend Graph | Christie Job Grade | Christie Overall Job Approval Trend Graph

Christie Issue Approval Trend GraphChristie Favorable Word Cloud | Christie Unfavorable Word Cloud

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