Thirty-nine percent (39%) of all voters in the state say they are less likely to vote for Christie to be president in 2016 because of the Fort Lee incident. Fourteen percent (14%) are more likely to vote for him. Another 39% say the incident will have no impact on their voting decision.
Seventy-one percent (71%) think it’s likely that some members of the governor’s staff also retaliated against other political officials who refused to support his reelection, with 41% who believe it’s Very Likely. Only 17% feel it’s not very or Not At All Likely that other officials were targeted for failing to support Christie’s reelection bid.