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PATCH POLL: Most Believe Christie Not Doing Enough Since 'Bridgegate'

Despite his efforts at town halls and in T.V. interviews, most people polled in our Patch survey say that Governor Christie has not done enough to rehabilitate his image.

As of 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, 50 percent of the nearly 1,400 people who participated in our poll agreed that they don't believe Christie has done enough, - and never believed him anyway.

Forty-one percent say he's taken the right steps to rebuild his image.

You may still participate in our poll by clicking on the above answers.


Bob White April 02, 2014 at 06:56 PM
To Thornton: I understand your complaints and that this is an open forum to express your feelings, but by reading what you wrote I found it impossible for myself not to reply. You say the weather is horrible. I'm pretty sure the state of NJM doesn't control the weather. You say taxes are horrible but that directly correlates your family and the children you are raising. As far as the road conditions there are people who you can contact in regards to this. A simple way to avoid traffic would to leave earlier or later then rush hour. High rates are caused by the society in which we live in and by the people who live in the society aka you and I.
FIMF the ll April 02, 2014 at 07:03 PM
It is somewhat difficult to time a "lane re-alignment"
Spooner April 03, 2014 at 01:02 AM
Now Read This: ...the Louisiana Senate race will be a test of the old proposition that elections are won by bringing home the bacon, and Landrieu has always argued that she "delivers" In the coming campaign she'll cite the millions and millions of federal dollars she has brought to the state like it's no accident that St. Tammany Parish is feeling a lot of Landrieu love these days. "The St. Tammany Parish school district is getting $67.8 million in disaster loans and accumulated interest for Hurricane Katrina forgiven by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Sen. Mary Landrieu's office announced Monday. The announcement follows FEMA's earlier decision to cancel a $9.9 million loan for the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office and a $14.5 million loan to the St. Tammany Parish government." Landrieu, it turns out, inserted a loan forgiveness provision into the 2013 Homeland Security Appropriations bill -- a move that will likely mean future forgiveness for even more Katrina loans. Remember her when you get your flood insurance bill to pay for all those forgiven Katrina loans...
D Cianci April 04, 2014 at 08:56 PM
Still beats obama
Parent April 07, 2014 at 06:47 AM
What politician can do anything with the spider web of BS they have to navigate to get anything done. This goes for Dem's and republicans.

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