A plurality of New Jerseyans say they think Governor Chris Christie withheld Hurricane Sandy aid from some towns as a political ploy and doubt his word on the George Washington Bridge scandal, according to a Rutgers- Eagleton poll released today.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, dogged by recent political controversies, is losing the Democratic support that helped the Republican earn a landslide re-election victory less than three months ago.
Two months ago, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was certain to win a second term without help from aisle-jumping Democrats or $25 million in federal storm aid for tourism commercials that starred him and his family.
President Barack Obama’s rating in the daily Gallup poll has fallen to its lowest level since October 2011 as his administration continues to be tarnished by the rocky debut of his health-care program.
While New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has lost support from state Democrats as he weathers political controversies, he may still find backing from the party’s lawmakers as they work to pass policy initiatives.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican poised to win re-election tomorrow, has garnered support across partisan lines. He led Democratic challenger Barbara Buono by 28 percentage points in the latest poll.