Poll: Upside Down Frelinghuysen ‘Vulnerable’ in CD11

In New Jersey’s 11th Congressional District, Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen has an approval rating of 28%, and 54% disapprove of his job performance. according to a Public Policy Polling Memo.

President Donald J. Trump has an approval rating of 40% and a disapproval rating of 56% in Frelinghuysen’s district. Speaker Paul Ryan is also unpopular with 26% of voters saying they approve of the job he is doing and a majority (63%) responding that they disapprove. These percentages, along with a hypothetical matchup between Frelinghuysen (40%) and a “Democratic opponent” (49%), indicate that Frelinghuysen is quite vulnerable in his upcoming re-election.

The tax plan – which the veteran Republican Congressman opposed this week despite voting the plan to conference committee earlier in the legisalative process – is not popular in his district.

After voters received more information about the tax plan, 38% said they would vote for Frelinghuysen and 51% said they would vote for his “Democratic opponent.”

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3 responses to “Poll: Upside Down Frelinghuysen ‘Vulnerable’ in CD11”

  1. Everyone has been told by the Democratic Party that their taxes will go up so the richest people can pay less. People are starting to run the numbers for their selves and finding the charts being published are not correct, or at least has to many exceptions to be trusted. In my case it is a $3K windfall.

    Merry Christmas!

  2. Gee, a memo from a known Democrat polling firm looking for business. This isn’t a news story, it’s an advertisement for PPP.

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