The latest Quinnipiac Poll approval ratings in New Jersey for Gov. Christie and President Obama will be released Wednesday morning.
The poll surveyed state residents on their opinions of other elected officials as well.
In a Quinnipiac Poll released just before Christmas, Christie’s approval rating was 46 percent, with a rating of 47 percent for his governing style.
That was a slip from early November, when his job approval rating was 51 percent.
Just last week, a Republican-commissioned poll gave Christie an approval rating of 58 percent.
A great deal has happened since the last Quinnipiac Poll in late December.
Christie has issued his first State of the State address, taken on the corruption-riddled Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission, and continued his campaign to overhaul the state’s education system and abolish teacher tenure.