TRENTON, NEW JERSEY: A recent Emerson poll surveyed likely New Jersey voters. Emerson reports that Bob Hugin polls are showing favorable ratings that are greater than the actual number of affiliated Republicans. These poll results translate to Independents, Libertarians or even Democrats polling for Hugin. Menendez is the opposite. He has less favorable ratings than the actual number of affiliated Democrats polled in this survey.
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Fewer Democrats are supporting incumbent Bob Menendez
Decidability means that, at present, for any given population of New Jersey voters, of which this sample counted approximately six hundred of the eight million residents, the rate of Democratic support for Menendez is almost close to 50 percent. 60-70 percent of the population sampled currently oppose Bob Menendez (D). His favorability rating among the sample population is 221 (less than 40 percent).
A lot less than the 245 affiliated democrats. According to the Emerson numbers only 124 (56 percent) Democrats have a favorable view of Senator Menendez.
Concluding that this race is ultimately a toss up is reasonable because a Hugin victory is probable. Comparing both candidates on their approval ratings alone, Bob Hugin wins. With a range of voters expressing favorable support for Hugin, it is undeniable that a possible victory is near at hand for the New Jersey Republican party.
Bob Hugin has led a strong political campaign
To travel the distance from trailing by 17 points to being tied to within the margin of error of every recent poll required some gusto. Bob Hugin has been able to clear his opponents’ favorability margin in the Stockton Poll, the Rutgers Poll, the FDU and Quinnipiac for that matter. That indicates where their true intentions of the voters are heading this election. Take a look at where Bob Hugin polls among likely New Jersey voters.
Stockton Polling Institute Bob Hugin favorable (+6) 40, Menendez 34 Sept 19, 2018
Rutgers Eagleton Institute shows Bob Hugin favorable (+12) 40, Menendez 28 Oct 19, 2018
Fairleigh Dickinson University Poll shows Bob Hugin favorable (+1) 36, Menendez 35 Sept 30, 2018
Quinnipiac University Poll shows Bob Hugin favorable (+3) 39, Menendez 36 October 3, 2018
Pollsters can count on individuals who will vote for Menendez, despite not liking Menendez. However, ask the odds of that particular type of voter showing up on election day?
Democrats lost the 2016 Presidential election. Crafting faulty policy without expecting voters to acknowledge that resisting the temptation to better ourselves is not worthwhile. Like Menendez, many Democrats forgot that they were taken to task by the electorate. Voters in New Jersey feel that we are not getting our money’s worth from Washington. There should be more spending on roads and infrastructure, more planning training and technical dollars available for residents.
White House policy mirrors voter sentiment
Polls don’t always delve into or elaborate on the broader policy aspects of the decisions facing the electorate. They choose one ‘headline’ issue and collect the data they need. Polls can produce an accurate picture of the political landscape. Polls can tell you how individuals feel about the economy.
However, it is difficult to isolate the specific policies which honestly got us there.
Polls are a gauge of expectation, and the impact of recently enacted policy mirrors voter sentiment. Bob Hugin polls well among Republicans despite being a new face.
Where does infrastructure guidance matter most? How do the best management practices spur invocation and drive growth? Menendez, now buoyed by the DNC to the tune of 2.8 million, is still facing a very likable challenger in Bob Hugin. And no amount of money may change that.
A recent Gallup Poll shows that since President Trump took office investor sentiment is at its highest in 17 years. New White House policy is having a positive impact. That coupled with the fact that the stock market cleared at least 14 records this year.
It is hard for any savvy intellectual voter to overlook the correlation between the current ‘White House policies and a booming, prosperous economy