August 1977 - Center for Public Interest Polling
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.
The impact of New Jersey’s controversial income tax on November’s gubernatorial election will depend largely on how the candidates come to define the issue during the campaign, according to the latest Eagleton Poll, conducted in late July.
THE GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION, PART II: NEW JERSEYANS RATE THE GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES: QUALIFICATIONS AND PERSONAL QUALITIES
New Jerseyans give Brendan Byrne mixed grades on his capacity for leadership, while Raymond Bateman, his Republican opponent In November’s Gubernatorial election, remains largely unknown to many voters. This is one of the findings of a statewide survey conducted in late July by the Eagleton Institute of Rutgers University.
Republican gubernatorial challenger Raymond Bateman holds an early lead over incumbent Brendan Byrne among New Jersey’s registered voters, according to the latest Eagleton Poll. Bateman’s edge is slimmer with Independent Anthony Imperial in the race.