Marist Poll & Chris Christie

The Marist Poll is a national public opinion poll operated by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion (MIPO) on the campus of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Christopher James Chris Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. 2.0/5

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Shocking Poll numbers for Christie: NBC Poll: Hillary Pulls Way Ahead After Christie Scandal NBC News/Marist, 1/12-1/14 Clinton: 50 Christie: 37 Hillary Clinton has pulled way ahead of Chris Christie following the Bridgegate scandal that has hit the New Jersey governor hard over the last two weeks, according to a new NBC News/Marist poll. After trailing Christie in the last three polls of the year, the former First Lady has broken open a 13 percent lead over the Republican frontrunner. Yesterday, we found that Chris Christie has not lost any steam in the race for the Republican nomination despite being embroiled in a scandal for the last two weeks. That's not surprising since we have seen that the bridge scandal has not affected Christie's standing among Republicans very much. It has, however, turned off... Read More... Iowa GOP Trends: Christie in Trouble in Caucus Polls as Cruz Surges Candidate February July November Christie 12 16 17 Cruz - 10 16 Paul 15 18 13 Santorum - 6 11 Ryan 10 15 9 Bush 14 14 - ...
In a hypothetical 2016 match-up, Hillary Clinton's lead against Chris Christie grows after Bridgegate scandal. Details on the latest NBC News/Marist poll:
Poll News: The best number for Chris Christie in the NBC/Marist poll - Washington Post (blog)
Bad news for the Chris Christie-loathing GOP. In a new Marist Poll, he came out ahead with Republican voters, when asked who they would lean towards if the election were held right now. Chris Christie 16% Paul Ryan 12% Rand Paul 9% Jeb Bush 8% Marco Rubio 7% Rick Perry 6% Rick Santorum 5% Ted Cruz 5% In a poll of all voters, Hillary Clinton beat Christie 50% to 37%
Christie won’t beat Hillary: The new NBC/Marist poll reveals that Gov. Chris Christie is already beco...
A new NBC News/Marist poll shows that Hillary Clinton has remained essentially stationary in a head-to head battle with Chris Christie since the Christie scandal broke, but Christie has plunged downward. Last month Clinton garnered 48% of voters; this month she received 50% of those polled. Christie’s numbers plummeted from 45% to 37%. 68% of those polled say the scandal didn’t change their opinion of Christie. …read more Source: Breitbart
NBC News/Marist Poll with new national numbers on Chris Christie and the George Washington Bridge controversy.
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