Christie's Rating Hits All-Time High in New Jersey

50 percent of the state's voters have a favorable view of the governor -- a 4 percent increase since March and the first time a majority like Christie, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton poll.
by | June 13, 2012
 

New Jerseyans like Gov. Chris Christie more now than ever, according to the most recent poll, reports Politico.

Fifty percent of the state's voters have a favorable view of the governor -- a 4 percent increase since March, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton poll.

Christie's rise in popularity was mostly among men -- whose approval of Christie went up 7 percent since March while women's only increased 2 percent.

The negative ratings divided the sexes even further, with 45 percent of women reporting negative opinions of the governor versus 31 percent of all New Jersey voters, according to Politico.

The state's independent voters have also reportedly come around to Christie -- increasing their favorability of the him by 12 percent since March.

Leigh Ann Renzulli  |  Leigh Ann Renzulli

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