A new poll finds most New Jersey voters believe Governor Chris Christie was not personally involved in the George Washington Bridge lane closures that rocked his political career.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows 66 percent of voters said they believe Christie did not order the lane closures.
The Republican governor is also finding support among Democratic voters.
Fifty-three percent of Democrats believe Christie was not involved.
Voters were also asked whether Christie knew his aides ordered the closures.
Fifty percent say the aides acted without the governor's knowledge, but 41 percent believe he knew what his aides were doing.
Christie fired his deputy chief of staff last week after it turned out they ordered the lane closures that caused massive traffic in Fort Lee in September.