Christie's recent polling not that good

The governor has been riding a wave of popularity in New Jersey and around the country since taking office. But …. are things now going the other way? .

A Rutgers-Eagleton poll today finds that only 39 percent of Garden State residents rate the governor’s job performance either excellent (17 percent) or good (22 percent).

On the other side of the ledger, 54 percent rate him fair (26 percent) or poor (28 percent).


About fsnowflack
Fred Snowflack was editorial page editor and a political columnist for the Daily Record of Morristown for almost 12 years. He has won numerous awards for editorial and column writing from the New Jersey Press Association and has written a blog on county and state politics for the last three years. He lives in Ledgewood in Morris County.

4 Responses to Christie's recent polling not that good

  1. Ed France says:

    Polls may not mean that much. I say this because I believe he only wants one term. If that is so maybe there will be some reforms. We all know they are badly needed.Right? The polls are silly.
    People are upset about the economy. I assume they blame him. Maybe?

  2. Kevin Nedd says:

    Why should they not blame him? Isn’t he the Chief executive of a state with a unemployment rate of 9.2%? Isn’t he the one who told us “LOWER” property taxes are on the way? Well my property taxes have only gone up!

  3. P says:

    Mr. Christie Made Me a Promise Returns!

    I’m still wondering why you’re so concerned about Christie’s promises, but not Obama’s. Didn’t he promise during the 2008 campaign that he’d close the Terrorist Prison Camp at Guantanamo Bay within a year of taking office? And on the day he took office, didn’t he sign an Executive Order ordering it done within a year. And haven’t almost TWO YEARS elapsed, and still not even a plan to close the place?

    I’d love to see Nedd get as passionate about his guy’s promises as he does Christie’s to Lower Nedd’s Taxes. But I’m not holding my breath.

  4. Ted Doty says:

    Don’t worry about Christie’s promises worry about Obama’s returns

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