It's been well-established that Americans (and New Jerseyans) don't really believe New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) when he says he wasn't involved in a politically motivated traffic jam.
Another 41 percent say they do believe Clinton's denials.
Christie's credibility is in worse shape, with 63 percent not believing him and just 26 percent saying he has been honest.
The poll should serve as a reminder that Americans aren't keen on trusting politicians these days -- even relatively popular ones like Clinton.