October 11, 2013

Poll Watch: Fairleigh Dickinson PublicMind New Jersey Survey on Governor Chris Christie

FDU PublicMind New Jersey Poll on Gov. Chris Christie  

Do you approve or disapprove of the job Chris Christie is doing as governor?

  • Approve 62% [58%] {61%} (66%) [73%] {77%} (56%) [51%] {55%} (56%) [54%] {53%} (51%) [54%] {44%} (51%) [51%] {53%}
  • Disapprove 24% [29%] {26%} (20%) [19%] {17%} (33%) [35%] {35%} (33%) [34%] {37%} (36%) [36%] {44%} (41%) [39%] {36%}

Among Democrats

  • Approve 47% [42%] {44%} (55%) [62%] {67%} (26%) [28%] {33%} (36%) [30%] {26%} (27%) [31%] {20%} (27%) [27%] {33%}
  • Disapprove 38% [44%] {38%} (29%) [29%] {26%} (59%) [55%] {56%} (51%) [52%] {62%} (60%) [54%] {69%} (63%) [61%] {56%}

Among Republicans

  • Approve 85% [79%] {84%} (83%) [90%] {87%} (86%) [84%] {82%} (83%) [85%] {90%} (81%) [81%] {75%} (83%) [82%] {80%}
  • Disapprove 6% [12%] {7%} (6%) [7%] {9%} (9%) [10%] {13%} (11%) [9%] {7%} (11%) [16%] {16%} (14%) [15%] {14%}

Among Independents

  • Approve 60% [62%] {64%} (61%) [80%] {92%} (60%) [55%] {65%} (53%) [60%] {52%} (50%) [64%] {47%} (49%) [54%] {50%}
  • Disapprove 22% [18%] {24%} (26%) [13%] {5%} (20%) [30%] {23%} (31%) [27%] {36%} (35%) [26%] {32%} (36%) [28%] {32%}

Among Men

  • Approve 67% [65%] {66%} (71%) [77%] {76%} (64%) [54%] {61%} (64%) [62%] {63%} (58%) [61%] {52%} (58%) [61%] {59%}
  • Disapprove 19% [26%] {22%} (17%) [17%] {19%} (28%) [32%] {32%} (27%) [27%] {30%} (31%) [31%] {36%} (34%) [32%] {32%}

Among Women

  • Approve 56% [52%] {56%} (62%) [70%] {77%} (49%) [49%] {49%} (48%) [46%] {42%} (45%) [46%] {36%} (45%) [41%] {47%}
  • Disapprove 29% [32%] {29%} (24%) [22%] {15%} (37%) [39%] {38%} (39%) [40%] {45%} (41%) [42%] {53%} (47%) [47%] {40%}

Survey of 702 registered voters was conducted September 30 – October 5, 2013. The margin of error is +/- 3.7 percentage points.  Party ID: 46% [48%] {45%} (46%) [48%] {49%} [48%] {47%} Democrat; 35% [33%] {33%} (34%) [33%] {34%} [33%] {33%} Republican; 19% [22%] {22%} (20%) [19%] {17%} [19%] {21%} Independent.  Results from the poll conducted August 21-27, 2013 are in square brackets. Results from the poll conducted June 10-16, 2013 are in curly brackets. Results from the poll conducted March 4-10, 2013 are in parentheses. Results from the poll conducted January 2-6, 2013 are in square brackets.  Results from the poll conducted November 13-18, 2012 are in curly brackets.  Results from the poll conducted October 26-29, 2012 are in parentheses.  Results from the poll conducted September 6-12, 2012 are in square brackets.  Results from the poll conducted July 23-29, 2012 are in curly brackets.  Results from the poll conducted April 30 – May 6, 2012 are in parentheses.  Results from the poll conducted March 5-11, 2012 are in square brackets.  Results from the poll conducted January 2-8, 2012 are in curly brackets.   Results from the poll conducted October 17-23, 2011 are in parentheses.  Results from the poll conducted September 19-25, 2011 are in square brackets.  Results from the poll conducted May 16-22, 2011 are in curly brackets.  Results from the poll conducted March 29 – April 4, 2011 are in parentheses.  Results from the poll conducted February 7-13, 2011 are in square brackets.  Results from the poll conducted January 3-9, 2011 are in curly brackets.

-Data compilation and analysis courtesy of The Argo Journal

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23 Responses to “Poll Watch: Fairleigh Dickinson PublicMind New Jersey Survey on Governor Chris Christie”

  1. RD4Romney Says:

    Future President Christie needs to lead the GOP because Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research Poll shows today that by a 16-point margin, 43% to 27%, voters blame the Republican in Congress, rather than President Obama and the Democrats, for the government shutdown.

    AND on the generic congressional ballot, Democrats now lead by double digits, 46% to 36%.

  2. RD4Romney Says:

    Christie Among Republicans

    Approve 85%
    Disapprove 6%

    Compare to T.P. Cruz and his wacky sidekicks

  3. RD4Romney Says:

    Christie/Huckabee 2016 :)

    Christie Among Democrats

    Approve 47%
    Disapprove 38%

    Case closed.

  4. Ozzy Says:

    3,

    I’m not sure whether Christie will be the nominee in 2016 or not, but, I’m fairly certain if he is the nominee, that he’s not picking Huckabee as his running mate.

  5. Massachusetts Conservative Says:

    Craig for Losers is nothing more than a troll who comes here to pretend to support whoever he feels this site dislikes. He went for every flash in the pan candidate in 2012, then for Obama, and now Christie.

  6. DL210 Says:

    Is it strange to say that I like both Cruz and Christie? I feel that I know what I’m getting with those two because they stand by what they say and they typically do not waver.

    I have not had the opportunity to visit this site recently, but it seems that many here do not like Cruz. I however support him because now is not the time to give up on our principles. We should not be raising the debt limit just because it is the unpopular thing to do. There is no compromise over raising the debt ceiling. This issue must be dealt with now before it is too late. We stand for fiscal responsibility, not for runaway spending.

  7. RD4Romney Says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/10/11/Sources-Ryan-Compromise-Will-Keep-Obamacare-Forever

    Uh-oh!!!

  8. RD4Romney Says:

    4.

    He needs a solid social conservative, Ozzie. Huck, perhaps Pence, or maybe Rubio if immigration reform is passed :)

  9. RD4Romney Says:

    5.

    But he never went for Romney who ironically lost by five million votes and in 12 of 13 swing states.

  10. Thomas Alan Says:

    Is it strange to say that I like both Cruz and Christie?

    I like them both too. Christie’s just annoyed me from time to time.

    Sadly, the establishment GOP has successfully neutralized Cruz for now.

  11. mike Says:

    10. Chalk another one up for liking both Cruz and Christie…and even a Rand Paul. All three of these would be better than a Romney or McCain.

  12. MarqueG Says:

    Hooray ObamaCare! Putting these knuckle-dragging fatsos on a zero-calorie diet!
    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/361037/pa-mom-forced-choose-obamacare-or-food-her-family-alec-torres

    Great work, D-Baggers!

  13. Massachusetts Conservative Says:

    6

    Actually I think many on this site like Cruz. However most of the site knows that Cruz has an image problem which he will never shake.

  14. RD4Romney Says:

    0f the names on the top banner, MOST on this site like CHRISTIE\RUBIO :) except the Libertarians who like PAUL. The Tea Bags like CRUZ only :(

  15. RD4Romney Says:

    “If I was in the Senate right now, I’d kill myself” ~ Chris Christie

  16. Ryan60657 Says:

    14

    My ranking would be: Paul > Christie > Cruz > Rubio

  17. Joe. Says:

    16. Paul/Christie/Rubio > Anyone else you can possibly think of > Cruz

  18. RD4Romney Says:

    That’s nice to see the strong libertarian and strong moderate leaning folks like Ryan and Joe putting Christie so high up at #2.

  19. RD4Romney Says:

    1. Christie
    2T. Rubio*
    2T. Huckabee
    3. Pence
    4. Kasich
    5T. Martinez
    5T. Bush

    *Rubio is the only member of congress I would want.

    Slim pickings in the lowest rated congress in modern history.

  20. Ryan60657 Says:

    18.

    Paul is obviously top of my list, but I think Christie is a reasonable candidate as well. I question Christie’s dedication to limit the size of government, but his personality is certainly very attractive. I consider him the “un-politician”.

    19.

    I like Kasich too. I would definitely put him above Rubio and Cruz, but probably not above Christie and definitely not above Paul.

  21. RD4Romney Says:

    Fair enough.

  22. Spud Says:

    @5: No, he never “supported” Ron Paul.

    As for those who like Christie and Cruz both, I’d say you haven’t done much homework on them or your criteria for liking a politician is somewhere between requiring them to have been alive at some point and insisting that they eat human food most days. So little in common between those two.

  23. packeryman Says:

    Christie would not pick an individual from the tea party, it would cost him his edge with Moderates and Independents, they would then vote Dem or stay home. If he can get the nomination,he has to distance himself from the tea party especially after their actions in the House. The American public want no part of them, their stand in the polls reflect this but some of the party still no comprende.

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