March 1987 - Center for Public Interest Polling
New Jerseyans are almost evenly divided over the question of surrogate motherhood, with just slightly more saying that in general they approve rather than disapprove of the practice.
OVERWHELMING PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR GOVERNOR’S WELFARE REFORM; MAJORITY FEELS KEAN OBLIGATED TO SERVE FULL TERM
Governor Kean’s plan for reforming the state’s welfare system receives overwhelming support from New Jerseyans, with 9-in-1O saying they approve of his proposal which, among other things, would require all able-bodied welfare recipients to either work or participate in job training programs to continue receiving benefits.
New Jerseyans give very strong support to the idea of statewide mandatory solid waste recycling; almost 90 percent say they would favor a recycling program such as the one given final legislative approval by the Assembly this past Thursday.
By a very wide margin, New Jerseyans offer strong support for the idea that state government should provide increased aid to cities to make up for cuts in federal aid.