Posted at 12:01 am October 25, 1996, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

More of New Jersey’s registered voters are informed about the issues being discussed in the Presidential campaign than are informed about issues in the U.S. Senate race. Eight-in-ten voters can name an issue they think is being discussed by Republican Bob Dole and 3-in-4 can name an issue that Democrat Bill Clinton is talking about. In comparison, most New Jersey voters cannot name issues that either Republican Dick Zimmer or Democrat Bob Torrecilli are talking about in the U.S. Senate election. Two-in-three voters cannot name an issue being discussed by Zimmer and close to 3-in-4 cannot name an issue that Torricelli is talking about.


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