Tag: Polls

Christie’s Most Important Election?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog While the GOP may be favored to capture the Senate and expand its House majority on November 4th, Save Jerseyans, gains in our nation’s governor mansions appear to be more elusive. It’s complicated. To be fair, Read More

Christie’s Improvised Landslide

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Few would doubt Governor Chris Christie’s political resourcefulness, Save Jerseyans, but last Tuesday’s landslide may be the ultimate example of his uncanny ability to control, shape and project a narrative of strength capable of masking Read More

#NJGov Poll Average: Christie +24

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog UPDATED Quinnipiac University has switched over to a “likely voter” sample with Election Day 2013 fast approaching, Save Jerseyans, and the resulting polling results out today show incumbent Governor Chris Christie beating Barbara Buono by Read More

A Grain of Salt with the Eagleton Poll

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog National and state-based politicos (including some good people whom I very much respect) are making a big deal out of a new Rutgers-Eagleton poll out Monday showing Chris Christie heading into Election Day 2013 without Read More

Coattails Polls Don’t Measure Up

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog You’ve probably read about Wednesday’s Quinnipiac Poll by now, Save Jerseyans. There isn’t much new in it’s results worth writing home about. Analysts remain justifiably fixated on the one variable which remains somewhat unknown heading Read More