The new survey also shows the governor has dropped to third place among possible candidates vying for the Republican nomination in the race for the White House.
Chris Christie's 2016 Prospects Drop Amid Allegations, New Poll Shows
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February 5, 2014

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — A new poll released this week shows Gov. Chris Christie's presidential prospects have taken a hit in the wake of the scandals surrounding his administration.

The CNN/ORC International survey shows Democrat former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton leading Christie 55 to 39 percent among registered voters nationwide in a hypothetical head-to-head 2016 presidential race — a 16-point drop from the groups's poll in December, when Christie led Clinton 48-46 percent.

The new survey also shows the governor has dropped to third place among possible candidates vying for the Republic...

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