Thursday, May 14, 2009

Rasmussen:Corzine Trails Christie by 9%, Lonegan by 1%

But the Governor's numbers show a 6% improvement since March.

New Jersey polls often shows Republican candidates polling well in the spring and then shows Democrat gaining ground in the fall. A Republican has not won a statewide election in the Garden State since 1997. On a generic basis, 48% of New Jersey voters would like to see a Democrat as Governor while just 34% would prefer a Republican. That political gravity is almost certain to help the incumbent as Election Day draws near.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ben Danskin once told me about politicians from NW Jersey “They can win primaries, but they can't win elections"