May 1978 - Center for Public Interest Polling
President Carter’s job rating has dropped to its lowest point since he took office. Less than one New Jerseyan in three now gives Carter high marks for his job performance, according to the latest Eagleton Poll.
The June 6 primary election could come and go with few noticing, and even fewer caring, according to the latest set of figures released by the Eagleton Poll. The Poll results indicate a low turnout of voters in the election to choose party nominees for the general Senate election to be held next November.
Clifford Case would lead any of the three major Democratic contenders for his Senate seat if the election were held today; according to the latest Eagleton Poll. The Rutgers based survey, conducted between May 7 and May 16, also found that all of the three Democrats Would hold a lead over Jeffrey Bell, Case’s major … Read more …
With less than three weeks to go until the June 6 Senatorial primary election the candidates remain largely unknown to the voters. The latest Eagleton Poll, conducted between May 7 and May 16, found that the overwhelming majority of New Jersey residents could not name any of the primary candidates.
New Jerseyans give overwhelming support to the Equal Rights Amendment, but this does not mean that everyone is comfortable with the pace of the womens’ rights movement, according to the latest Eagleton Poll.