Despite showing some weakness in handling such specific issues as taxes and the economy, Gov. Chris Christie easily outdistanced Democratic challenger Barbara Buono on Election Day.
On Election Day eve, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono trails incumbent Chris Christie among virtually every demographic group.
Despite Gov. Chris Christie's apparent shortcomings handling several key issues, voters generally give him high grades.
The governor's stance on the majority of key issues resonates with New Jersey's electorate.
The governor is doing his job by promoting shore recovery following Hurricane Sandy, but his choice of ad agency could be perceived as politically motivated, a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds.
New Jersey voters prefer a Republican governor and a Democratic Legislature.
Results show residents clearly favor stricter gun control measures.
November's likely voters say Christie better represents the state on most issues.
A new poll finds challenger Barbara Buono must overcome her lack of name recognition.