Wednesday, November 19, 2008

NJ-Governor poll

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In a first look at the 2009 election for Governor of New Jersey, Democratic incumbent Jon Corzine leads U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie, a possible Republican challenger, 42 - 36 percent among registered voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
New Jersey voters disapprove 46 - 43 percent of the job Gov. Corzine is doing, but slightly better than earlier numbers. Voters say 51 - 37 percent that Corzine does not deserve to be reelected.
"Corzine leads potential GOP challenger Christopher Christie by six points after being virtually tied in August and September. And the Governor's approval rating, while still in negative territory, is his best in almost a year. A majority of voters still say Corzine does not deserve re-election, but the Governor is looking better, if indeed he decides to stay in Trenton for a second term. -Quinnipiac
51-37 saying he doesn't deserve to be reelected? Ouch!