More New Jersey Voters See Chris Christie as a Leader Than as a Bully

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that more voters in the Garden State consider Governor Chris Christie a leader than a bully. Results indicate that half of the states voters consider Christie a leader, but only 45 percent think he’s a bully. With independents, though, that gap spreads to 55-42. Governor Christie also earned himself a 54-percent approval rating in the poll. Though, the same percentage of respondents think he’d be a bad choice for vice president. [Politico]