Donald Trump Massive Lead In New Jersey – Trump 32%, Chris Christie 5%…

Rutgers Eagleton has conducted another poll (full pdf below) of New Jersey voters.  Donald Trump retains his lead at 32% surging 11 additional points since the last poll.  New Jersey governor Chris Christie is defeated within his own state, garnering only 5% support.

(Via Washington Examiner)  New Jersey governor and Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie is being told by voters across the board in his home state to call it a day.

The establishment candidate, who once flew high in the GOP field, is down to just 5 percent support in the latest Rutgers-Eagleton poll of New Jersey voters. His favorability ratings are tanking, and nearly 70 percent of voters say he should end his campaign.

“Christie no longer has any home state advantage,” Ashley Koning, assistant director of the Rutgers University’s Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling, said in a press release Thursday. “The voters who know him best blame not his competition, but what Christie himself is doing — or not doing — for New Jersey.”  (read more)

If the election were held today (New Jersey):

New Jersey poll screengrab

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143 Responses to Donald Trump Massive Lead In New Jersey – Trump 32%, Chris Christie 5%…

  1. TheTorch says:

    Poor Christie Creme, if he can’t get traction in his home state, then that is his signal to leave!

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  2. Dora says:

    Great news! And today from the State of Oklahoma! It’s really picking up. I can feel it. 🙂

    Liked by 11 people

  3. Guy K. says:

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    Christie never flew high in the GOP field, and he never had a homefield advantage.

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  4. Athena the Warrior says:

    My goodness the Trump Train is just steam rollin’ along! If Christie and Jebio had any dignity about themselves, they would drop out & rally behind the Trumpnami. We know they won’t however & why.

    Liked by 3 people

    • stringy theory says:

      Exactly Athena. But neither of these two demonstrated losers have any dignity. Their GOPe politics trumps everything else. Jebito still thinks karl the rover can pull it out with his white board.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. coeurdaleneman says:

    Even libs agree that Trump’s the one. Neil Young: “It’s Over.”

    🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  6. kallibella says:

    Trump keeps saying the it is a “movement.” I agree. The American people are speaking up and it is becoming pretty obvious that the GOPe/RNC are doing whatever they can to suppress our voice. It is quickly becoming evident that the establishment is pretty entrenched and are in concert doing a sort of black out on the yuge wave of support Trump is getting!

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    • kallibella says:

      Next: they will continue to prop up Rubito and say he is blazing that trail!!!!! LOL

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    • coeurdaleneman says:

      You can take to the bank that there are powerful GOPers who see the data and are realisitic about the inevitability of Trump becoming President. Not jut the nominee … the President of the United States.

      The right track/wrong track polling being so far in negative territory guarantees it, no matter how hard the powers that be try to spin it from now.

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        The question is what is the GOPe going to do if it looks like Trump may be the nominee? I think Sundance’s belief that the GOPe/Uniparty will shift support to Hillary is most likely right. Trump’s combination of apostasy and business acumen is anathema to the Globalist elites that fund the GOPe. They’ll come around, try to reach some accommodation with Trump, but only as a very last resort. Knowing Trump the cost for that accommodation will be quite high. GO TRUMP!!

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        • coeurdaleneman says:

          It really doesn’t matter what the GOPe does at this point. They have given this the best shot that they could, yet their candidates are in single digits and the unapproved are leading the pack.

          The voters will decide, not pros like Rove.

          Hillary can be slaughtered by using her own words from the Dem debate, where all sides agreed that things basically suck.

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        • kallibella says:

          The establishment is in big doo doo, because they know that they can’t persuade Trump endorse the continued duping of the American people. Trump is self-funding, which means they can’t financially manipulate him and bring him down. And the media didn’t make him, so they can’t destroy him either. He is getting waves and waves of support that we may not be seeing in the numbers these polling organizations publish. My guess is that the numbers are understated.

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          • coeurdaleneman says:

            Trump is sort of an acquired taste that takes time to accept.

            I think that this week was a turning point in that regard. Those watching politics at this juncture were in wait-and-watch mode, imo. Two things happened to sway more people: the Bush plant in NH and the Dem debate. Both made it OK to throw off reluctance and jump into the Trump pool.

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            • Tonawanda says:

              “Trump is sort of an acquired taste that takes time to accept.”
              Absolutely! I detested the man until I decided to watch his interviews and speeches.
              As I watched, I began to see.
              Trump is the only person who can beat Hillery and turn this country around.
              For one reason out of many: he is the only person who can defeat the media narrative and the cheap tricks which (up til now) always, always worked, regardless of how stupid they were.

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          • Marie Rogers says:

            I HAVE ALWAYS FELT THAT THE NUMBERS WERE PHONY..excepting the libtards who will vote for shrillary, it looks like the rest of USA is for trump!
            wonder if obozos decision to keep troops in afghanastan gas any relevance!
            why did he change his mind?

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            • phil fan says:

              Yes I wondered about that switcheroo as well. Maybe that is a sign that the popular support for DT, Carson is penetrating some deeper level of political calculation. Hope so. We are not in the business as usual hypnotic trance of past (how many?) years = a good thing!

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        • stringy theory says:

          I think hitlery is so bad that the GOPe will be very worried about shifting their support to her–recall Trump beats her face-to-face in the polls and I think few of the Sanders people will be motivated to come out to vote for her and ditto blacks and hispanics. I think they would prefer to see “Indian + Joe” enter the race. Go Trump.

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    • Sharon says:

      It is quickly becoming evident that the establishment is pretty entrenched and are in concert doing a sort of black out on the yuge wave of support Trump is getting!

      ….which illustrates that they are irrelevant in present political events, that they do not have our nation’s best interests at heart, and that they are opposed to the will of the people.

      This is a good time to have those things brought into focus.

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    • it’s a movement of Almighty God. For the perilous times are upon us and America must be a beacon of light in this dark world.

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      • kallibella says:

        Agree. When I think about our founding documents, I can see how it is that our Constitution is not binding if the country is an immoral country. Not only are we seeing our society going down the drain with all kinds of filth that passes for entertainment, but also we see the unhinged covetousness as expressed in the current rhetoric of class envy and identity politics that the progressives/communists put forth. Divide. Divide. Divide. That is all they want. They are immoral and corrupt. Those who still have a conscience and can tell the difference between right and wrong must assert themselves. We don’t have very many chances going forward.

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      • amjean says:

        Passivity is the opposite of activity. The Word of God clearly teaches that you must be alert, cautious and active (Peter 5:8). The devil knows inactivity will spell the believer’s ultimate defeat. As long as you are moving against the devil by using your will to resist him, the enemy will not win the war. However, if you enter into a state of passivity, you are in serious trouble. The United States is at the tipping point.

        I feel that Donald Trump is leading this country and its citizens out of the dark
        ages brought forth by our communist leaders, their enablers, and the voter
        apathy.

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    • mcfyre2012 says:

      It’s a “movement” alright…after years of progressive-caused constipation.

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  7. Southern Son says:

    Cristie flyn high…would need Longgg runway to get off the ground. Reminded of those flip nose cargo planes. He can’t carry enough fuel to make it, if he did get off. Just circle and land. That is better than Rube Bush crash n burn though…

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  8. be says:

    Heard a short piece on the news earlier.. Donald Trump told the RNC they needed to negotiate the contract with CSNBC re the next debate ..Said it was a bad agreement and shouldn’t go for it…. Also, they wanted to make it longer so they could have more commercials… Tell them Donald!!! Anyone heard any more on this ?

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  9. Meanwhile…

    Jeb’s fundraising isn’t helping him in the polls.

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    • kallibella says:

      Rubito to the rescue LOL 😀

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    • TheTorch says:

      I think David needs an education, Rubio will shortly be owned by the puppetmaster Adelson, who wants Amnesty for Illegals, therefore he will do whatever his puppertmaster dictates. So no he won’t flip he will just follow his orders to the letter.

      Rubio is a republican version of Obama, both support amnesty, TPP, and most of the other things that are destructive to America.

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      • TheTorch says:

        Unfortunately I am no on Twitter, but some one should Tweet David Frum that his puppetmaster Adelson won’t allow him to flip – he is bought and paid for.

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  10. Trump & Carson threaten to boycott next debate
    http://trib.al/kmq1XRQ

    Cue the Carlybots!

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  11. be says:

    Re next debate on CNBC:
    “The criteria that was outlined by CNBC was never discussed with any of the candidates or the campaigns. So what CNBC did was send out a memo and said, ‘Here’s the criteria as you have approved them and that went out to all the campaigns.’ We said we never agreed to this criteria.”

    He said he had not taken part in the call on Wednesday. But he said that CNBC was supposed to address solutions.

    “For us it was imperative that the time be changed to 120 minutes” for the length of the debate, he said. Mr. Trump was unhappy that the CNN debate that Republicans recently took part in lasted nearly three hours.

    “Until we have this criteria specifically laid out,” he added, “it is difficult to participate.”

    rest of article @ http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/10/15/donald-trump-campaign-raises-specter-of-boycotting-next-debate/

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  12. ColtLending says:

    I hate to be doom and gloom, but I don’t see the Uniparty accepting the electorates choice of Donald Trump.

    I really hope I’m wrong.

    They will stop at nothing to stay in power.

    All the abuses they have done, with no blow-back has so emboldened them.

    They refer to Goldman Sachs as “The Squid”…the Uniparty is a part of that squid, along with the media, crony-capitalists, et. al.

    This may be the Republics last shot.

    Be prepared for some astounding events as the Uniparty becomes more desperate.

    I hope the electorate prevails.

    Godspeed to the day we say President Trump

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    • Clc says:

      agree, but it’s not the republicans last shot, it’s the peoples last shot.

      Liked by 4 people

    • TheTorch says:

      I understand the way your feel about this, but I think you are being to doom and gloom.

      Ultimately they will accept it if they are forced to, especially if it was looking like an overwhelming victory.

      What they will do however is try to scupper him if he ever made it to the whitehouse by using Congress as a weapon against him. BUT there is a big problem for them with this one, he is indeed a brilliant negotiator, and he will get things done despite them.
      Rememember what Reagan did with Tip O’Neill it is very instructive.

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      • kallibella says:

        I think that Trump will call them out [antagonistic, obstructionist Congress] much like he calls the media out. They all need to be exposed for what they are: an enormous bunch of colluders seeking ways to rob us of our property and our freedom.

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    • R-C says:

      The republican establishment HATED Ronald Reagan, too. He was a “cowboy”; “unelectable”; “just a movie actor”, etc, etc. They sneered; they derided–they tried their best to derail him, too. It obviously didn’t work, he just went around the establishment and talked directly to the American people.

      Trump is doing the same thing now–he’s a smart guy and knows what works–but there is another wrinkle this time around.

      The republican base knows that GOPe has belittled, ignored, alienated, and outright lied to them for a long, long time. Unlike in Reagan’s time, this time the base is wise to the game. If you ask me, the a large section of the base has filed for a divorce from the GOPe. There is a palpable, hot anger out there; I don’t think we see much of a reconciliation.

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      • phil fan says:

        Yes, excellent. Agree. The Uniparty may be waking up to the force of the peoples will embodied in Donald. They will hold their noses and go along to some degree while kicking and screaming as they did with Reagan. We’ve seen it all before and are wise to their games thanks to experience, common sense and sites like CTH.

        Just Say No to globalist hypnotic agenda!

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  13. jakee308 says:

    Chumped in his own state. Christie’s got to be irked. Serves him right for being so blatantly willing to be bought. And yes, Chris, that WAS a hug.

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  14. Clc says:

    http://www.tvoinews.com/categories/writers/the-stooge-and-the-statesman-christian-b-malaparte/ this is a wonderful article comparing Obama and Putin at the united nations. however, you can also see the leadership issue of Trump vs the rest of the field. this is a great read…..

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  15. sundance says:

    Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign had just $261,000 in the bank heading into October, according to a newly filed campaign finance report.

    […] He spent $832,000 for the quarter, including more than $300,000 on payroll expenses, about $136,000 on strategic, fundraising and communications consultants and $40,000 for the South Carolina filing fee.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2015/10/bobby-jindal-campaign-fec-low-cash-214848#ixzz3ofkACwdf

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  16. sundance says:

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    • These candidates wasting tens of millions of dollars, nothing to show for it; just more blatant examples of bad management with money and lack of vision.

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      • Garrison Hall says:

        And how galling it must be for them to see Trump, having spent relatively little, apparently backstroking his way through the campaign even as he maintains double digit leads. But with Trump appearances can be deceptive. There’s nothing accidental or even unanticipated about the Trump campaign. He knows exactly what he’s doing. GO TRUMP!!

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  17. Marie Rogers says:

    TRUMP is a foxy intelligent guy..he is probably very aware of the dirty poitics they play!

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  18. mjalbaine says:

    haha that’s great! take that fat boy

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  19. TheTorch says:

    OK this is getting really interesting:

    In a joint letter to CNBC, Donald Trump and Ben Carson indicated that they would only agree to a 120 minute debate …

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/10/15/donald-trump-ben-carson-warn-boycott-if-cnbc-debate-lasts-more-than-two-hours/

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    • And that is 120 minutes including commercials AND with opening and closing statements from all candidates. Good for them. It looks like the front runners might force the media’s hands and put an end to these crappy formats that include candidates with only 3% or 4% support in the polls.

      If they want to have a substantive debate the media might have to cut the number of participants down to about 5 or 6. Draw the cut off line at the 5% mark:

      Get rid of: Jindal, Pataki, Graham, Santorum, Huckabee, Paul and Kasich.

      Keep: Trump, Carson, Cruz, Fiorina, Rubio, Bush, and Christie.

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      • phil fan says:

        The media will accept DTs demands which as usual are reasonable. They will fold or go back to 2 million viewers for these glorified commercials.

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  20. What happened to the “Carly surge?” She attacked Donald Trump AFTER he already repented and apologized to her. 2 weeks later, curtain fell on Carly. OMEN! Now she’s dropped to 5% !

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  21. Ouch

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  22. Christie might do better if they polled Dem voters, as well, since that’s where his Obama-Hugging base is. But Donald might pick some crossover Dem voters, too, since he has such broad appeal

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  23. New Jersey WINNER TAKES ALL and Trump @32%, NJ Chris Cripsy 5%? I guess their JebMap to the Whitehouse is failing mercilessly! Thank you LORD Jesus. God hears our prayers for America!

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    • Cameraman says:

      “We’re way ahead of Marco’s campaign,” Bush Jr. said. “We’ve got four offices set up in Florida. Our national headquarters is there. Marco doesn’t have an office in Florida.”

      I’m pretty sure that delegates are not handed out based on the number of offices you have. Then again, with the GOPe chopping and changing the rules all the time maybe Jeb! Jr! is ahead of the curve on this one.

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  24. jeans2nd says:

    Morning Joe opened this morning by morosely opining (tongue-in-cheek) that with these polls Mr. Trump really needed to listen to the experienced political pundits and it was time to get out. Then they brought out the CNN/ORC polls https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/10/14/stunningly-yuge-polls-favoring-donald-trump-nevada-38-and-south-carolina-36/ and enjoyed a rousing laugh. I can only imagine what they will do with this New Jersey poll. They did say it appeared the GOPe PTB were switching out Jeb$ now for Rubio.

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    • Clean up the filth in Washington, Make America BEAUTIFUL again.
      Thus far most of the world news media is only speaking of Donald Trump, and most in a positive light. Bush is not even an option on the table and frankly neither is Carson nor any of the others, they’re not mentioned. The climate in world politics is shining on Trump. The other candidates have nothing to offer except more wasteful spending, debt, Christian & Jewish persecution, and warmongering all over the world as their economic policy. One candidate is even a murderess.
      WE HAVE OUR OWN PIPELINE – get out of MIDDLE EAST QUAGMIRE!

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  25. Meanwhile in smug world…

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  26. hocuspocus13 says:

    All we ever needed Ladies and Gentlemen…was a Leader 🇺🇸

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  27. Cameraman says:

    Time for a song.

    Liked by 1 person

    • ZurichMike says:

      You are so naughty. This song is now ricocheting around my brain. In German it’s called an “Ohrwurm” (ear worm) — when you get a silly song or phrase stuck in your head.

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  28. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump beats them all what a surprise; did they, (the GOPe shills) think they could fool us forever! Everything they have done so far has failed so they will have to get nasty now with violence. Its a good thing Trump has a concealed carry permit.

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  29. charlie21751 says:

    I read a comment post over at Brietbart about Bush’s fundraising woes that said, “I wonder how Tokyo Rove will spin this bad news”. I think that is a perfect nickname for chrome-dome. Go Trump!

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  30. Consider the source but this is interesting. Did Bill Clinton ever say this?

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  31. Joan Kromphold says:

    Another rino bites the dust. Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2015 20:07:11 +0000 To: jtaz48@hotmail.com

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