September 2000 - Center for Public Interest Polling

DYNAMICS OF THE PRESIDENTIAL: ‘GORE’GEOUS NJ PREFERS VP ON ISSUES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore is in solid shape in New Jersey. His current 10 percentage point lead among likely voters in the state is anchored both in voter alignment with him on the issues foremost in New Jerseyans’ minds, and in a significant preference for him over his Republican opponent George W. Bush on … Read more …

Posted at 12:01 am September 25, 2000, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, George W. Bush, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

THE SENATE ELECTION – IDEOLOGY & ISSUES

While Democratic Senate candidate Jon Corzine may be running one of the most progressive and leftist Senate campaigns in the 2000 election, less than one-quarter of New Jersey’s registered voters classify him as a liberal. In fact, the majority of registered voters—55 percent–report that they aren’t sure what ideological stance Corzine takes.  

Posted at 12:01 am September 18, 2000, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Jon Corzine, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, Senate Race

NEW JERSEY GOES FOR GORE

Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore has helped himself tremendously among all but Republicans in New Jersey, solidifying his democratic base, and increasing his appeal to Independents and even male voters. Gore now holds a solid 13-point lead over Republican candidate George W. Bush among registered voters and a 10-point lead among likely voters.  

Posted at 12:01 am September 18, 2000, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, George W. Bush, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

CORZINE LEADS FRANKS IN NJ SENATE BID: MANY VOTERS HAVE YET TO TUNE IN TO NJ ELECTION

Labor Day has past, and with commendable back-to-school fervor, a majority of New Jerseyans—52 percent—are paying close attention to the U.S. Senate election. Unfortunately, it’s the Senate election in neighboring New York State between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Rick Lazio to which they are attuned. Just one-quarter ofthis number—a lowly 14 percent—say they … Read more …

Posted at 12:01 am September 17, 2000, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Jon Corzine, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, Senate Race