According to Rasmussen Reports:
New Jersey’s Democratic Governor Jon S. Corzine, who hopes to win a second term in November, has now fallen behind Republican challenger Christopher J. Christie by 15 points – 49% to 34%.
The survey was taken Tuesday, the day Corzine was announcing $916 million in new and increased taxes as part of his $29.8 billion state budget for 2010.
This might be a glimpse into the mood of the electorate. With Obama's reckless spending, higher taxes, higher deficts, higher debt, lower poll numbers, you can make a strong case that the narrow margin of victory is pretty shaky for Obama.