Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Monmouth Poll: Christie 39%, Corzine 39% Daggett 14%

A new Monmouth University/Gannett poll was released this morning indicating that the gubernatorial race is tied at 39% each for Christie and Corzine, with Daggett getting 14%. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 3.1%. Read it here.

Monmouth/Gannett did not poll the strength of Daggett's support, as the Quinnipiac and Rasmussen polls did last week.

Of the respondents, 40% were Democrats, 34% were Independents and 26% were Republicans.

The October 1 Monmouth/Gannett poll had Christie leading Corzine 43%-40%, with 8% for Daggett and a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percent. In the earlier poll canvased 37% Democrats, 37% Independents and 26% Republicans.


matawan advocate said...

Concerned Daggett will take votes away from Christie. Isn't that what a "Spoiler" does? Trust the voters are paying attention and vote for the man, Chris Christie is the clear, honest choice for NJ.

Anonymous said...

When the GOP wastes all its time on nonsense like the Byrnes vote this week can anyone wonder why the voters are not joining the GOP cause. If we win this one it will be inspite of the crapy campaigns, and Christie better stop being a political hack if he wins and do something real or that will be it for the GOP in NJ

Anonymous said...

I know, we're just bumbling idiots for several years, it's very discouraging: part of the problem is, we know we can govern better, but we get caught up in re-inventing the wheel,each year, personalities, and NOT putting our ear to the ground and hear what the people are thinking and saying.. also, we fail to watch and hear what the other side is doing RIGHT that moves the voters and fail to simply articulate a few key points, and make a plan and stick to it..and, what ARE we doing to drag out OUR vote??? on the day, not weeks before, then leave it to chance!!gotta learn from past goof-ups, and do BETTER!

Anonymous said...

Taxes and spending increased dramatically under the Democrat-lites (the Republicans). I don't think for a minute that Chris Christie is any different than any other liberal RINO in power in New Jersey today. I certainly won't be voting for Christie. It doesn't surprise me that so many others won't either. I am going to enjoy watching Christie concede defeat.