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Suffolk said Daggett may be suffering from the way the New Jersey ballot is set up, placing his name at different spots, depending on the county.
"Independent Chris Daggett struggles to be found on the ballot, which benefits Jon Corzine, whose campaign is peaking at the right time for him," said Suffolk's David Paleologos.
Seventy-two percent of voters said their minds were made up, while 24 percent said they might change their minds. Both Christie and Corzine voters were in that range, but only 56 percent of Daggett voters said they were definitely going to vote for him.
Among undecided voters, 25 percent said they would vote for Corzine if they had to make up their minds right now, 15 percent named Christie and 2 percent named Daggett. Fifty-five percent remain uncommitted.
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