Just in from Monmouth Polling:
Just 10 percent of people from New Jersey would like to see former Gov. Chris Christie (R) run for the presidency again in 2024, a Monmouth University Poll found.
Christie, who launched an unsuccessful campaign to be the Republican nominee in the 2016 election, received little support from his home state for another presidential run along with being declared the most unfavorable former governor of the state by a large margin.
“At the other end of the spectrum is Christie (R; 2010-2018). His negative -38 net rating – 26% favorable and 64% unfavorable – makes him the most unpopular living governor by far,” Monmouth University poll said.
KABC News reports:
Former Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., said he will decide on a 2024 presidential regardless of former President Donald Trump’s plans. Christie, during an appearance on the “Ruthless” podcast, said he was “not going to defer to anyone” in deciding whether to make another run for president.
“I’m also not going to be one of these people who’s going to say, ‘Well, I’ll wait to see what President Trump’s going to do.’ You know, I’m not going to defer to anyone if I decide that it’s what I want to do and that I think I’m the best option for the party and for the country,” Christie said on the podcast Tuesday.