Chris Christie’s approval ratings have fallen to an all-time low, just as the New Jersey governor is thought to be readying his decision over whether to run for President. The Garden State Republican’s approval rating dropped to 30%, a Fairleigh Dickinson University poll released Tuesday showed, falling six percentage points from the school’s poll in April to the lowest level they’ve been since he took office. Another 55% of those polled said they disapprove of the job Christie is doing as governor. “The good news is that none of his potential presidential opponents have emerged with a decisive lead yet. The bad news is that he is the governor in a state where a sizable majority give a thumbs down to his leadership,” Krista Jenkins, the poll’s director, said in a statement. The release of the poll, which was conducted among 792 registered voters from June 15 to June 21, comes as Christie is thought to be in the final stages of deciding on a 2016 bid. Christie has repeatedly said he would decide on a run by late spring or early summer.