Monday, July 16, 2018

New Jersey Poll: Republican Bob Hugin Ties Democrat Bob Menendez amid Corruption Concerns

 Collage of Bob Hugin and Bob Menendez

New Jersey’s senior Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez is seriously struggling in his re-election bid, as Republican Bob Hugin has pulled into a statistical tie with him this year, months ahead of the November election, a new survey conducted by Gravis Marketing and provided exclusively to Breitbart News shows.

Menendez, at 43 percent, only leads Hugin, at 41 percent, by two percentage points–inside the poll’s 4.1 percent margin of error. An unusually high 16 percent are undecided in the Senate race, meaning Hugin has a major opportunity to convince those voters to come his way should he be able to effectively get out his message. It also means Menendez has a lot of work to do between now and November to convince voters in New Jersey he is not corrupt, as they now overwhelmingly believe.
A majority of voters–56 percent in total, split 28 percent apiece–say Menendez’s corruption trial is either somewhat or heavily impacting their voting decision.
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  1. Having been born, lived and worked in the "Garden State" for many years I saw the change in the political ideology through the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. The influx of Liberals over the decades from the 5 boroughs of NYC destroyed the culture along with the landscape. Republican Hugin, in a now dark blue state, will have a very hard battle ahead.