Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie didn’t register on a Morning Consult poll released this morning asking Republicans about their preferences for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.
Former President Donald Trump led with 54%, with 12% for former Vice President Mike Pence.
Further back was former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley (6%), Donald Trump, Jr. (6%), Utah Senator Mitt Romney (4%), and Texas Senator Ted Cruz (3%).
Christie, who unsuccessfully sough the presidency in 2016, did not show up in a block of 11% of Republicans who stated a preference for “Other” that included former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, U.S. Senators Tom Cotton, Josh Hawley, Tom Scott, and Rick Scott; South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem; and Governors Larry Hogan of Maryland and Charlie Baker of Massachusetts.
The poll was conducted on February 14-15 with a sample size of 600 Republican voters and has a sample size of +/-4%.