There's some good and bad news out today for Gov. Chris Christie concerning Bridgegate and his approval ratings.

Gov. Chris Christie addresses a gathering after he signed into law a bill that would extend the cap on arbitration awards to New Jersey's police and firefighters in front of the Statehouse Tuesday, June 24, 2014, in Trenton. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)

After a dip in numbers following winter revelations about the scandal, Christie's approvals have held steady since February.

But, a number of residents still do not believe he has come totally clean about his involvement in it.

A new Monmouth University survey said that 46 percent believe he was personally involved. His approval number stands at 50 percent, while 42 percent do not approve of the job he is doing.

Meanwhile, the panel looking into the scandal is pressing forward with their investigation, planning to call 13 new witnesses to testify, including Christie's next chief of staff.