Accuracy in Media

As the Washington Examiner noted:

“In December 2013, Chris Christie dominated the field in the just-forming race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. With a rating of 20 percent in the RealClearPolitics average of polls, the New Jersey governor was well ahead of Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz — everybody.”

“Now, Christie sits at 4.8 percent in the average, a bit better than Rick Perry, Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal, but behind all the other candidates he once led.”

“After months of sliding down the polls — a descent hastened by fallout from the George Washington Bridge scandal, lackluster economic progress in New Jersey and his own decision to hold back on campaigning — Christie is moving again. He was well received at a Republican presidential cattle call in New Hampshire last weekend, has delivered an attention-getting speech on entitlement reform, is planning to roll out a broad set of policy positions and remains confident he can connect with voters in a way that few, if any, other candidates can.”

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