Poll: NJ voters split evenly on Christie

(AP) - A new poll finds New Jersey voters splitright down the middle in their opinions of Gov. Chris Christie.

The Quinnipiac University poll, releasedThursday, finds 44 percent of voters approving of his jobperformance. Forty-three percent disapprove.

Forty-four percent describe him as a "leader." Forty-threepercent call him a "bully."

Seventy-five percent of New Jersey voters say they're somewhator very dissatisfied with life in the Garden State. Quinnipiac saysthat's the worst satisfaction rating ever.

By 67-25 percent margin, voters do like Christie's plan to limitproperty tax hikes to 2.5 percent annually.

The poll surveyed 1,461 voters from June 10-15. It has asampling error margin of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.

:To see the full poll results, click here.

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