Corzine’s problem

Governor Jon Corzine can deal with his own sagging approval ratings – his numbers are much better than New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was upside-down at a 37%-51% approval rating in 2004 and turned around to win re-election with relative ease in 2005. His bigger problem is coming up over the next few months: Democratic legislators will be even less likely to support his toll hike plan now that they realize more than seven out of ten New Jersey voters oppose it.

Corzine’s problem