this morning that a new FDU poll showed Jon Corzine for the first time in like forever ahead of Chris Christie.
True, it was by a statistically insignificant one point margin. But that's in the context of a steady stream of polls showing
the race closing to the low single digits.
Now this evening Rasmussen released a new poll
with Christie up by only 3 points -- down from 7 and 8 points in early and mid-September and 11 points in late August.
All but one poll shows Christie with some lead, even if only two or three points. But the trend is pretty clear. And it's a perilous place for a New Jersey Republican to be. Because the state has a long history of Republicans candidates who held comfortable leads and then watched them melt away in October and see the Democrat take it in November.