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Governor Chris Christie Hits Record Approval Rating in New Jersey

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s approval rating continues to soar in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday finds Christie with a 74 percent approval rating in the state—the highest rating Quinnipiac has found in 17 years of polling on New Jersey governors. And in a boon for Christie’s bid for a second term, 71 percent of voters say the governor deserves to be re-elected this November.

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  • Ted Levy||

    "Governor Chris Christie Hits Record Approval Rating in New Jersey"

    And all it took was praising President Obama and demanding federal goodies for New Jersey constituents...

  • Jesus H. Christ||

    Yep. Libertarianism is, and will continue to be, just a small, greasy smudge on the political map. Until the gov. runs out of other people's money. Who am I kidding? It will still be a small greasy smudge even after the gov runs out of other people's money.

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