As Chris Christie attempts to build a following among national Republicans as he considers a 2016 presidential bid, New Jersey voters have soured on him, a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll finds.
New Jersey voters say taxes (25 percent) and the economy and jobs (20 percent) remain their top two concerns, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Poll found most New Jersey residents agree with Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of legislation to reduce the size of firearm ammunition magazines.
Despite more town hall meetings and no new Bridgegate revelations, voters rate Gov. Christie's trustworthiness at an all-time low.
Governor's "invincibility" challenged by questions surrounding Bridgegate, Sandy relief.
As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie battles “Bridgegate” and other allegations, perceptions of his personal characteristics have taken a negative turn.
On the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy's destructive visit to New Jersey, most residents don't foresee a speedy return to normalcy here.
Nearly half of New Jerseyans expect Christie to resign as governor to concentrate on higher office.
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.
New Jerseyans are split as to whether states or Washington should decide the legality of same-sex marriage.
Gov. Chris Christie and state officials celebrate the creation of a more comprehensive state research university.