Quinnipiac: Voters say internal Bridgegate review was a ‘whitewash’

The investigation clearing New Jersey Gov. Christopher Christie of involvement in Bridgegate was a “whitewash,” Garden State voters say, as the governor’s job approval drops to 49 – 44 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll released today
New Jersey voters are divided 48 – 48 percent on whether Gov. Christie is more of a leader or more of a bully, his worst “bully” score ever. The governor’s job approval is down from a 55 – 38 percent score in a January 15 survey by the independent Quinnipiac University, in which 54 percent of voters said he was more of a leader while 40 percent said he was more of a bully. 
Today, men approve 53 – 43 percent of the job Christie is doing, with women divided 46 – 45 percent. 
Of the 96 percent of New Jersey voters who know something about Bridgegate, September’s traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge, 56 percent say the investigation commissioned by the governor and clearing Christie of involvement was a “whitewash,” while 36 percent say it was a “legitimate investigation.” 
Quinnipiac: Voters say internal Bridgegate review was a ‘whitewash’