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Chris Christie Hits Highest Approval Yet

And therefore the unions say, "Damn you Christie." 

According to a new poll, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has hit his highest approval rating yet: 50 percent. That's pretty good considering he, like Wisconsin Govenor Scott Walker, has taken on the unions in the state.

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Our latest polling shows NJ Gov. Chris Christie at his best favorability rating since taking office, the first time he has hit 50 percent in one of our polls. A favorability rating is just what it sounds like – the question is whether the respondent has a “favorable” or “unfavorable” impression of a given political figure. Other polls have had Christie’s job rating above 50 percent a couple times, but that’s a different question. In any case, he is now up in favorability, 50 percent to 39 percent, a net favorable rating of +11. This is up from late March when the score was 49 percent to 42 percent for a +4 point net favorable rating.

This is also great news for Mitt Romney, who may be able to pick up a few extra votes in liberal states thanks to Christie hitting the campaign trail for him.

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