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30% Believe Christie Knew About Lane Closings

From a cheering Reuters:

Nearly a third don’t believe New Jersey’s Christie on bridge scandal: Reuters/Ipsos Poll

January 15, 2014

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – More than 30 percent of Americans believe New Jersey Governor Chris Christie knew that his staff intentionally created traffic jams by partially blocking access to the George Washington Bridge, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Tuesday.

Christie, considered a leading contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, has denied any advance knowledge of the blockage, but only 28 percent of those surveyed believed him. The survey found 31 percent did not believe Christie and 41 percent said they did not know…

Were no Christie fans, but does anyone really believe that 30% of Americans even know about this ‘scandal’?

By the way, doesn’t this mean that 70% either believe Christie didn’t know, or are not sure he knew?

The Reuters/Ipsos poll showed the bridge issue had not influenced how 49 percent of the survey subjects felt about Christie, while 26 percent viewed him less favorably and 3 percent had a more favorable opinion…

If Christie were a Republican that 3% with a more favorable opinion would be 83%. Given how Democrats and their minions in the media just love ‘fighters.’

In any case, is it just me, or does it seem like the MSM is holding back on other news coverage to keep ‘Bridge-Gate’ front and center? Have you ever seen such a ‘slow’ news week?

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Wednesday, January 15th, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

3 Responses to “30% Believe Christie Knew About Lane Closings”

  1. Sure took Obama’s treason off the news cycle for a few days, didn’t it?

  2. AcornsRNutz

    So a few day long traffic jam trumps Benghazi, right? Isn’t that the ultimate point here. No Christie for president? Bummer.

  3. Petronius

    Gov. Christie’s people closed a lane of traffic on a bridge. Big whoop.

    Meanwhile, Nerobama has closed part of the coal industry, the oil industry, the health insurance industry, the medical industry, the banking industry, and the space program.




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