One year out, Christie running 4th in New Hampshire

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog

New_HampshireWe’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%)
  • Ben Carson (6%)
  • Marco Rubio (5%)
  • Ted Cruz (3%)
  • Bobby Jindal (3%)
  • Donald Trump (3%)
  • Rick Santorum (2%)
  • John Kasich (2%)
  • Carly Fiorina (1%)
  • Rick Perry (1%)

The race remains very unsettled. “While GOP voters may be ready to support Bush, others appear to have doubts,” according to the report. “His unfavorable rating among general election voters is 50%, compared to 35% favorable. Hillary Clinton, by contrast, has a 54% favorable rating and a 42% unfavorable score among those voters.”

And Chris Christie still has a lot of work to do. At the moment, Gov. Christie is running stronger in New Hampshire than other early primary/caucus states like Iowa (Feb. 1st) and South Carolina (Feb. 27th). He’s in Iowa today for trip #12.

11 thoughts on “One year out, Christie running 4th in New Hampshire

  1. I would like to see Save Jersey focus more on the 2015 State Assembly races. These will have a much more immediate and significant impact on our state than the 2016 race.

  2. At this point I know who I definitely will NOT vote for and that is Jeb Bush!!! Even if he is the last man standing.

  3. Christie has no chance. Conservatives want nothing to do with him. The word is spreading as Conservatives in other states are paying attention to what Conservatives in New Jersey are saying about Christie. That is why his poll numbers are collapsing. Even the Weekly Standard is saying he should get out of the race. The only people who want Christie to run for President are Democrats because they know that he’ll be so busy campaigning in other states he’ll do nothing for Assembly Republicans.

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