February 1991 - Center for Public Interest Polling
More than eight-in-ten New Jersey residents feel that their state is experiencing ‘bad times’ economically, according to the latest Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll. This is a major increase from a year ago when about half said the state was in an economic downfall.
Taxes are at the top of New Jerseyans’ list of important issues facing the state. According to the most recent Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll, 4-in-10 name either state, federal, or local taxes as a chief concern.
The War in the Gulf receives support from more than 8-in-lO New Jersey residents. In addition, a similar percentage feel that the war is going well right now for the United States. However, state residents do not agree on the main reason why the United States is fighting in the Persian Gulf.