Gov. Chris Christie's struggling presidential campaign has not seen a bump in polling numbers since the first debate on Aug. 6. If anything, his poll numbers have been dropping.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - AUGUST 25: Chris Christie speaks at Rutgers University to express his opposition to President Obama's Iran deal on August 25, 2015 in New Jersey. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Still, Christie continues to be a desired guest on both news shows and late night television. On Monday, he'll be on "The Tonight Show," and he's expected to make the morning rounds on Sunday morning talk shows.

A spokesman said Christie is the only candidate actually talking about policy and setting a vision for America, and that's why he's frequently booked as a guest.

If people are hearing his message, it's not helping his numbers. Christie has dropped out of the top 10 among the crowded GOP field for president and may miss the next debate scheduled for Sept. 16.