Less than three weeks out from the most competitive statewide race that New Jersey has seen in a decade, The New York Times finds a polling sample of New Jersey voters where 23 percent don’t know whether they have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of incumbent governor Jon Corzine, and 18 percent have no opinion on the job he’s doing as governor.
This is . . . unusual, to say the least.
The poll puts Corzine up by 3 percent.