April 2000 - Center for Public Interest Polling
Life in New Jersey is good. The vast majority of New Jersey residents are extremely well satisfied with a wide array of services they use in their daily lives. And relatedly, three-quarters rate the Garden State an “excellent” or “good” place to live.
You think you’re a regular Jersey guy/girl? Maybe you think you got the Garden State pegged? Well, let’s see how smart you are. Here’s a test of your New Jerseyans.
Attitudes about environmental conditions in New Jersey have changed little over the last 15 years. And that’s not necessarily good news. The majority of state residents remain seriously concerned about the disposal of solid and toxic wastes, and about air and water quality.