A new round of Quinnipiac polls shows not too much movement in Florida's 2010 Senate race and New Jersey's 2009 governor's race.

In Florida, Gov. Charlie Crist (R) maintains a 54-23 lead over former state House Speaker Marco Rubio in the GOP primary.

Rubio is actually down five points from the last poll, but is still almost completely unknown. It's still very early, but his attacks aren't sticking yet.

The Democratic primary in that race, for which Rep. Corrine Brown (D-Fla.) recently formed an exploratory committee, shows Rep. Kendrick Meek (D-Fla.) leading her 18-12. Rep. Ron Klein (D-Fla.), who is not in the race, pulls up the rear at 8 percent. More than half of voters remain undecided.

In a separate Q poll conducted in New Jersey, former U.S. Attorney Chris ChristieChris ChristieSocially-distanced 'action figure' photo of G7 leaders goes viral Just 10 percent in NJ poll would like to see Christie run for White House in 2024 Christie says he won't defer to Trump in 2024 MORE, who won the Republican primary last week, has upped his lead over Gov. Jon Corzine (D) to 10 points, 50-40. Christie led the race by seven points last month, but this is the first month that Quinnipiac has polled likely voters instead of registered voters.