Tag: job approval

POLL: N.J. is lukewarm on Murphy (but they’re also not paying attention to him)

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. — Democrat Governor Phil Murphy’s polling position could be a lot worse, Save Jerseyans, but the results of a poll released Wednesday suggest there’s room for both improvement as well as electoral danger. The numbers: 44% approve Read More

Christie’s approval rating drops to record low 15%

There’s more evidence today that Governor Chris Christie’s anti-addiction crusade hasn’t positively impacted his approval rating, Save Jerseyans. If anything? It’s gotten worse. On Wednesday, a newly released Quinnipiac University poll showed his approval rating at 15%, his worst rating over Read More

Christie Job Approval Reaches 77% in First Post-Sandy FDU Poll

Thus far, Save Jerseyans, Garden State residents are viewing Chris Christie’s independent streak throughout the Hurricane Sandy as a plus. Today’s new Fairleigh Dickinson University “PublicMind” poll pegs Governor Chris Christie’s approval rating at 77%. Among those who approve are Read More

New Polling Analysis: “Honesty” is @GovChristie’s Best “Policy”

Let’s briefly review the core findings contained in today’s new Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) poll results (pdf), Save Jerseyans: 55% of registered voters polled approve of the Governor’s job performance 49% believe that aforementioned job performance is “excellent” or “good.” 47% believe he’s primarily interested in governing; Read More

‘JERSEY SHORE GUV’ STILL POPULAR: 41% of New Jerseyans Say @GovChristie Helps State’s Image

The tabloids love Governor Chris Christie’s verbal smackdowns at pressers and angry confrontations on the boardwalk. All that matters is what YOU think, Save Jerseyans. And according to Patrick Murray, the director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute, a solid majority Read More

NEW POLL: 59% of New Jersey Voters Support @GovChristie… But Prefer Sweeney’s Tax Cut Plan (Or Do They?)

From Bloomberg (via Quinnipiac): Registered voters approved of how the governor is doing his job 59 percent to 36 percent, according to the survey released today. That’s four percentage points higher than in February and up from a low of Read More