By a 52 to 41 percent margin, New Jersey voters approve of the way Governor Chris Christie is handling the recovery from Superstorm Sandy.
According to a new Quinnipiac University poll, voters give insurance companies the worst grade. Only 22 percent say the Sandy work of insurance companies is good or excellent. When it comes to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 39 percent their work is good or excellent.
"Garden State voters flunk FEMA and insurance companies for their Sandy recovery work," said Maurice Carroll, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University poll. "Governor Christopher Christie does a little better and local government scores well."
Only 5 percent of New Jersey voters said they've changed their vacation plans because of Sandy. Ninety three percent have not changed their plans.
Source: Quinnipiac University