A poll released today found Gov. Jon Corzine and Republican challenger Chris Christie running nearly even in the New Jersey governor’s race. The Rutgers-Eagleton Poll showed 39 percent of likely voters supporting Corzine, 36 percent for Christie and 20 percent for independent Chris Daggett. The Corzine-Christie difference falls within the poll’s sampling error margin of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points. A Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey Poll released Tuesday had Corzine and Christie tied at 39 percent each. The latest Quinnipiac University poll gave Christie 41 percent, Corzine 40 percent and Daggett 14 percent among likely voters.
Rutgers-Eagleton poll director David Redlawsk said the race remains so close that if the
election were held today, the candidate with the best get-out-the-vote effort would win.
The telephone poll of 583 likely voters was taken Oct. 15-20. AP
vote 4 Chrstie he supports school choice!!!!!
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