Some general election cross tabs

In a general election matchup, a new Quinnipiac University poll has former U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie leading Gov. Jon Corzine by seven percentage points, 45%-38%. Among Independents, Christie leads 50%-31%.

Christie also leads 49%-37% among men, 53%-31% among white voters, and 90%-3% among Republicans. Corzine leads 70%-14% among black voters, and 73%-12% among Democrats.

Among women, Christie leads Corzine 41%-40%, a statistical tie.

Christie leads 55%-27% among voters in Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren counties, and 59%-23% among voters in Monmouth, Ocean, Atlantic and Cape May counties. Corzine leads 60%-29% in Essex and Hudson counties. The race is a dead heat among voters in Bergen, Passaic, Union, Middlesex and Mercer counties (Corzine 42%, Christie 40%), and among voters in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem counties (Christie 41%, Corzine 40%).

Former Bogota Mayor Steven Lonegan is in a dead heat with Corzine, 41%-41%. Lonegan leads among Independents, 45%-32%, among men (45%-39%), among white voters (48%-33%), and among Republicans (80%-7%). Corzine leads among women (43%-37%), black voters (71%-9%), and Democrats (77%-10%).

Lonegan leads Corzine 51%-31% among voters in Morris, Somerset, Hunterdon, Sussex and Warren counties, and 56%-26% among voters in Monmouth, Ocean, Atlantic and Cape May counties. Corzine leads 62%-26% in Essex and Hudson counties, 45%-36% in Bergen, Passaic, Union, Middlesex and Mercer counties, and 42%-37% among voters in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem counties.



Some general election cross tabs