Quinnipiac: voters think Lautenberg is too old

Nearly 60% of New Jersey voters say that 84-year-old Frank Lautenberg is “too old to effectively serve another six-year term in the U.S. Senate,” according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released this morning. Lautenberg has a 39%-31% job approval rating, but 40% of voters think he does not deserve re-election; 32% say he should return to the Senate.

“Senator Lautenberg, who faces re-election this year, leads an unnamed Republican challenger 37 – 30 percent. But the number of voters who think he is too old to run again has risen four points to 58 percent, and the number of voters who think he deserves re-election has dropped four points to 32 percent. Lautenberg could be in trouble if the Republicans field a serious challenger,” said Clay Richards, the Assistant Director of the Quinnipiac polling institute.

Quinnipiac: voters think Lautenberg is too old