By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog
New Jersey voters disapprove of their Governor’s job performance by a 18-point margin, 56% to 38%, according to the results of a brand new Quinnipiac poll, Save Jerseyans.
And while 63% still think he’s a strong leader, and 57% of those polled don’t think he ORDERED the infamous closure of bridge lanes in Fort Lee, New Jersey, a majority (53%) think he was aware of the hijinks now colloquially known as “Bridgegate.”
It gets worse:
41 – 52 percent that he is honest and trustworthy;
41 – 56 percent that he cares about their needs and problems;
34 – 57 percent approval for his handling of the economy and jobs;
34 – 56 percent for handling education;
32 – 59 percent for handling the state budget.
“The governor’s job approval hits a new low and voters think his presidential ambitions are distracting him from his day job,” said Quinnipiac University Poll Assistant Director Maurice Carroll. “Besides, they don’t think he’d be a good president.”
Read the full report here.
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