July 1991 - Center for Public Interest Polling
Overall, New Jerseyans’ confidence in a variety of institutions and organizations has gone up or is unchanged since 1984. The one exception is New Jersey state government, which shows a decline.
The rabies epidemic that is spreading across New Jersey has gained the attention of most state residents. Among those who have heard about the increase in this disease, close to 9-in-10 voice concern.
MOST NEW JERSEYANS ENDORSE LIVING WILLS; MAJORITY DON’T WANT RESTRICTIONS ON CARE THAT CAN BE REFUSED
Nearly nine-in-ten (88%) New Jerseyans support the right of an individual to make a living will and three-quarters (76%) say they would exercise that right if they needed hospital care, according to the latest Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll. Also, by a margin of 52 percent to 34 percent, residents believe that there should not be restrictions on … Read more …
A large majority (73%) of New Jersey residents say that they support the state law that bans the sale and purchase of semi-automatic assault weapons. The latest Star-Ledger/Eagleton Poll also shows that residents are about evenly divided over whether that law should be amended to allow current owners of banned weapons to keep them.