Quinnipiac “region” poll is eyeopening

Gov. Jon Corzine leads Christopher Christie 57%-23% in Essex and Hudson counties, with 11% for Christopher Daggett, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.

In Bergen, Passaic, Union, Middlesex and Mercer counties, Corzine leads by six percentage points, 46%-40%.  Daggett is getting 11%.

Christie has a sixteen point lead in northwestern New Jersey – Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren counties.  He leads Corzine 46%-30%, but Daggett received 18% in this region – one of his best in the state.

Christie is strongest in Monmouth, Ocean and Atlantic counties, winning the “shore” region 56%-28% — a margin of 28 points.  Daggett, the former state Environmental Protection Commissioner, is at 12%.

In South Jersey, Corzine has a 44%-33% lead over Christie.  Daggett is getting 18% in this region too.

DAGGETT SEEMS TO BE REALY HURTING CHRISTIE IN SOUTH JERSEY AND NORTHWESTERN JERSEY. LETS HOPE THOSE NUMBERS STAY THE SAME FOR DAGGETT.

DAGGETT’S 11% IN BERGEN,ETC. SEEM TO BE NORMAL CORZINE VOTES. CORZINE HAS TO KNOCK THOSE NUMBERS DOWN.

Comment (1)

  1. Hopeful

    Shaftan said the same thing from his smaller poll, that Daggett was strong in South Jersey.  

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