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NJ: Christie 51 Corzine 42 (Quinnipiac 8/5-9)


Quinnipiac
8/5-9/09; 1,167 likely voters, 2.9% margn of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Quinnipiac: Gov, Pres)

New Jersey

Favorable / Unfavorable
Chris Christie (R): 42 / 26
Jon Corzine (D): 37 / 54 (chart)
Chris Daggett (i): 4 / 3

Job Approval / Disapproval
Gov. Corzine: 36 / 58 (chart)
Sen. Lautenberg: 45 / 38 (chart)
Sen. Menendez: 39 / 38 (chart)
Pres. Obama: 56 / 39 (chart)

2009 Governor
Christie 51%, Corzine 42% (chart)
Christie 46%, Corzine 40%, Daggett 7%

 

Comments
JMSTiger:

Corzine still looks like toast, but I will not believe a Republican will win state-wide in New Jersey until it actually happens.

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jmartin4s:

If Daggett gets anywhere from 10% to 15% Corzine might be able to squeak by if he gets a proportion of the vote in the low 40's. I predicted last month that a 3-way race in New Jersey for governor could happen. Very frankly, a lot of voters do not feel comfortable voting for Christie but absolutely won't vote for Corzine.

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