Articles Posted in the " Poll " Category

  • POLLING: Christie far back in the Carolinas

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This is undoubtedly the winter of Chris Christie’s discontent, Save Jerseyans. Dixie fails to present as an exception. He registered only 2.8% last weekend in the CPAC straw poll, behind the likes of Donald Trump and Rick Santorum; more concerning, the latest poll out of North Carolina (a critical […]


  • Barely registering in Iowa, Christie heads to CPAC (then Cali)

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog 4%. That’s where Governor Chris Christie stands in Iowa today according to the results of a new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday. His favorability rating there is upside down, 30 – 54 percent, despite his having visited the state a number of times, most recently back in January at the […]


  • PPP Poll: Christie now tied with Ted Cruz

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Not great news for Governor Christie in the polling department following Tuesday’s unconventional budget address, Save Jerseyans. A PPP (D) national GOP primary poll found that “Chris Christie just keeps on becoming more and more unpopular with Republican voters. Only 28% rate him favorably to 45% who have […]


  • One year out, Christie running 4th in New Hampshire

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’re exactly one year out from the February 9, 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary, Save Jerseyans, and the latest Saint Anselm/Bloomberg Politics New Hampshire poll has Jeb Bush on top sans Mitt Romney: Jeb Bush (16%) Rand Paul (13%) Scott Walker (12%) Chris Christie (10%) Mike Huckabee (6%) […]


  • Two new polls: Walker leads in New Hampshire

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog The latest, Save Jerseyans: Poll #1, from Gravis Marketing, shows Scott Walker in first place at 23%, followed by Jeb Bush (16%), Chris Christie (12%) and Rand Paul (11%). Gov. Christie actually loses to “unsure” by 2-points (14% to 12%). “Walker has a national reputation and when […]


  • Disaster? No, but Chris Christie needs to come home. Now.

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This is one instance where I’m not at all happy about being right. The media is already calling Governor Chris Christie’s trip to the U.K. a “disaster,” Save Jerseyans (Mark Bonamo says the wheels are off the cart), primarily after a vaccination flap distracted everyone from the […]


  • Christie’s path to the presidency (still) runs through New Jersey

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog It’s not news that Governor Chris Christie isn’t where he’ll need to be one year from when the first GOP presidential primary voters are cast, Save Jerseyans. 8th place in South Carolina. 6th nationally. You’ve seen the results by now. Perhaps the only “news” of late is the […]



  • SC Poll: Christie in 8th Place

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog True, Bill Clinton came out of nowhere to win his party’s’ presidential nomination, Save Jerseyans, but as FiveThirtyEight blog recently pointed out, Chris Christie’s name recognition is light years’ ahead of where Bill Clinton was at this point in the ’92 cycle.  A new Townhall/Gravis poll of 831 likely […]


  • Should Chris Christie run for president?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Tales of polls and defections aside… What say you, Save Jerseyans? Should he? Or shouldn’t he? Should Chris Christie run for president in 2016? Yes! No. Undecided…   pollcode.com free polls


  • Christie walking back support for Common Core?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Governor Chris Christie’s decision to reevaluate PARCC testing is nothing new, Save Jerseyans, but his rhetoric where the inextricably-linked Common Core issue is concerned has definitely changed.  In case you missed it, here’s what he had to say at the end of last week on NJ 101.5: […]


  • Presidential Straw Poll!

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog You know the drill, Save Jerseyans… Just taking your temperature… If you had to vote in your state’s GOP primary/caucus today, who’d be your choice? Mitt Romney Jeb Bush Scott Walker Mike Huckabee Rand Paul Ted Cruz Chris Christie Other   pollcode.com free polls