New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is still not winning any favor with Garden State voters, according to a Fairleigh Dickinson PublicMind poll released Tuesday.
Christie, who is in the midst of planning a presidential run, has an approval rating of 30 percent, below what is usually expected for a White House hopeful in his own state, where 55 percent disapprove of his performance. His numbers are down from the last FDU poll in April, in which 36 percent of voters approved of the job he was doing, compared to 50 percent who did not.
Christie now has a lower approval rating than another GOP presidential candidate, Bobby Jindal.
Jindal's rating was 32% in a May 2015 poll.
30% approval, 55% disapproval, but he's still running for president.
After a few months of running for president, his New Jersey approval rating should fall into the twenties.