Chris Christie’s popularity in his home state has hit a new low, according to a poll released Thursday — with the New Jersey governor even viewed more unfavorably than the state’s indicted U.S. senator.
According to the Rutgers-Eagleton survey of 738 registered voters, Christie’s favorability has fallen from 29 percent to 26 percent.
By comparison, 29 percent voters hold a favorable view of Democratic Sen. Robert Menendez, who was indicted in 2015 on federal corruption charges.
The one-time Republican presidential candidate, who since leaving the GOP race has backed Donald Trump, is now seen unfavorably by 64 percent of voters, according to the new Rutgers University poll.
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