1977 - Center for Public Interest Polling
By a three—to—one margin, registered voters in New Jersey do not believe that Republican Gubernatorial candidate Raymond Bateman could run the state without an income tax. The latest Eagleton poll, conducted between October 24 and November 1, finds that only 22 percent feel Bateman would be able to run New Jersey “without the state income … Read more …
For the first time during this campaign, Brendan Byrne leads Ray Bateman, the Republican challenger for Governor. The latest Eagleton Poll, conducted between October 24 and November 1 finds 44 percent of registered voters favoring Byrne with 36 percent backing Bateman and 2 percent choosing one of the independent candidates. The remaining 18 percent are … Read more …
THE 1977 QUBERNATOBIAL ELECTION, PART X: MEDIA & INFORMATION – MAJORITY FEEL UNABLE TO CAST INFORMED VOTE
A majority of New Jerseyans do not feel they have enough information to cast an informed vote in November’s election. Despite increased media attention to the New Jersey gubernatorial election,a statewide survey conducted by the Eagleton Institute of Rutgers University found 55 percent saying they did not yet feel able to cast an Informed vote, … Read more …
As interest in the gubernatorial campaign picks up, New Jerseyans continue to give Republican challenger Raymond Bateman a clear edge on several pocketbook issues and on credibility of campaign promises according to the latest Eagleton Poll.
THE 1977 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION, PART VIII: DEMOCRATS LEAD IN STATE SENATE RACES BUT MANY STILL UNDECIDED
Democratic candidates for the State Senate lead their Republican opponents but large numbers of voters are still undecided. The latest Eagleton Poll, conducted between September 20 and 27, finds that 39 percent of registered voters say they favor Democrats for the State Senate, 24 percent favor Republicans and 38 percent are still undecided.
THE 1977 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION, PART VII: NEW JERSEYANS RATE THE GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES AGAIN: RECOGNITION UP–BUT EVALUATIONS UNCHANGED
New Jerseyans continue to give Brendan Byrne a mixed evaluation on his capacity for leadership, while Raymond Bateman, his Republican opponont in November’s gubernatorial election, remains an unknown quantity to many New Jersey residents. Despite the fact that the public’s ability to name Bateman as the Republican candidate has shot up by 25 percentage points … Read more …
Although a majority of New Jerseyans want the present income tax to self-destruct next June, most now doubt the state can get along “just as well” without the income tax or a replacement. If forced to choose among alternative taxes, most prefer the income tax over a sales tax boost.
Raymond Bateman, the Republican candidate for Governor, continues to lead Democratic Incumbent Brendan Byrne. The latest Eagleton Poll, conducted between September 20 and 27 finds New Jersey’s registered voters favor Bateman over Byrne by 46 percent to 39 percent with 13 percent undecided.
Most New Jerseyans continue to give Jimmy Carter good marks for the job he is doing as President, including his handling of the economy and foreign policy. However, the proportion who evaluate Carter negatively has risen slightly, according to a poll conducted in late July by the Eagleton institute of Rutgers University.
Taxes and the shape of the economy are the paramount issue concerns in the minds of New Jersey residents, according to the results of a survey conducted in late July by the Eagleton Institute of Rutgers University.