Christie’s N.J. approval collapses to 26% overall, 56% among GOP’ers

christie dancing springsteen
Christie dancing at a Springsteen concert.

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog

His chosen candidate might be on the verge of romping in the New Jersey primary, Save Jerseyans, but Governor Chris Christie isn’t getting much out of it on the home front. 

Only 26% of New Jersey registered voters hold a favorable opinion of Christie in the latest Rutgers-Eagleton poll.

A full 64% disapprove.

Worse still? Only 56% of N.J. Republicans view him favorably.

The macro result is consistent with a March 2016 Fairleigh Dickinson poll which, isolated for after Christie’s endorsement of Trump, found him languishing at just 27%. 


3 thoughts on “Christie’s N.J. approval collapses to 26% overall, 56% among GOP’ers

  1. A fitting denouement for this waddling lardbag. His political legacy of blustering fecklessness will be eclipsed for the ages only by his self-absorbed buffoonery and those of us who endured him will spend our lives trying to “unsee” the image of Gov. Pantload dancing the hucklebuck with Jimmy Fallon.

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