Charges of corruption in state government played a large role in last week’s primary election

Posted at 12:01 am June 11, 1973, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Charges of corruption in state government played a large role in last week’s primary election. According to the latest New Jersey Poll, Governor William Cahill was particularly vulnerable to this charge. In a telephone survey conducted by the Eagleton Institute before the primary, 25% of the 1214 adults questioned said that they felt Cahill was “personally involved” in cases of alleged corruption in his administration. In response to the same question in March of this year 22% thought so.

 

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