yes - he will be an easy one to debate ALL the issues and the Republican can take him out with several key topics.
__________ love the term shoe in, keep thinking that liberal lisa.
Fifty-five percent of voters view Clinton favorably, while only 38 percent view her unfavorably. Christie, who is not as well known, still boasts strong favorability numbers, at 45 to 18 percent. Even 41 percent of Democrats view Christie favorably, while only 19 percent view him unfavorably.
Clinton "remains the front-runner for 2016 if she chooses to run," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, but "Christie's favorability numbers are impressive and if he can win over a solid share of those who do not yet have an opinion about him, he could be a very formidable candidate in 2016. Candidates with more than 2-1 favorability ratios don't grow on trees."