Christie fails to resonate with primary voters
Despite producing one of the most buzz-worthy moments in the first GOP debate, Gov. Chris Christie is still failing to move the needle much.
The first polls in the wake of the debate show Christie's numbers virtually unchanged with around just three percent of voter support.
Most polls have Christie in 10th or even 11th place among the crowded GOP field.
If his numbers do not improve, he runs the risk of missing the main stage for the next debate.
The early debate has been referred to as 'the kiddie table.'
Meanwhile, Donald Trump is showing no signs of slowing down. Trump continues to lead the Republican race with nearly 25 percent support.