Christie Approval Ratings at 67 Percent After Hurricane Sandy
Has not yet announced intention to run for re-election next year
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican who hasn't said whether he'll seek re-election next year, surged to a record-high favorability rating following his response to superstorm Sandy, according to a poll.
The first-term governor was rated favorably by 67 percent of registered voters, up from 48 percent barely a month earlier, the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today shows. More than 9-in- 10 said he handled Sandy "very well" or "somewhat well."