Poll: Gov. Chris Christie cooling off among national politicians
EDISON - A new poll finds that American voters have cooled toward scandal-plagued Gov. Chris Christie, dropping him from his January ranking as the hottest politician in the nation to ninth place today.
The latest Quinnipiac University National Thermometer out today ranks American voter feelings toward national political leaders.
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Gov. Christie ranked with a chilly 45.2 degree mean temperature in today's poll. He scored a 55.5 degree temperature in a January 9 poll.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts topped the list at 48.6 degrees. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is second on the list with 47.8 degrees. U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is third with 47.4 degrees.
"One of the worst winters in memory leaves New Jersey Gov. Christopher Christie shivering as he drops from hot to chilly in the minds of America's voters," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll. "Secretary Hillary Clinton holds her own as some of the Republicans who topped the National Thermometer in January also cool in the frozen winds of winter.