Christie’s Presidential Chances Declining in New Hampshire

New poll shows precipitous decline.

AP Photo | Mel Evans

AP Photo | Mel Evans

Who knows if it’s because of Bridgegate, or because of conservatives’ underlying suspicion of him, but Chris Christie’s New Hampshire support in the 2016 presidential election has declined precipitously. Power Line, a conservative blog, reports on the result of a new poll of Granite State Republican primary voters.

For Christie, there is very little good news in this poll. Sure, he places fourth with 12 percent support. But last July, the Granite State poll had him in the lead at 21 percent.

Moreover, Christie is the second choice of only 4 percent of those polled. And his favorability rating of +1 percent is the lowest of any serious or even semi-serious potential candidate in the survey.

New Hampshire is important because its first-in-the-nation primaries set the tone for the presidential nominating race.

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