NEW JERSEYANS ARE PESSIMISTIC ABOUT THE COURSE OF STATE GOVERNMENT; PERFORMANCE RATINGS FOR THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATURE DECLINE

Posted at 12:01 am October 14, 1990, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Overall, New Jerseyans are pessimistic about the condition of their state. Three out of four think the state has ‘pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track”. State residents are clearly discontent with the new tax package that was enacted last July. Seven-in-ten state residents want all or some of the new state tax package repealed. In addition, a majority feels that state government does not pay attention to what the people think when it decides what to do.

 

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