NEW JERSEYANS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD TOXIC WASTES

Posted at 12:01 am April 7, 1982, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

While a majority of state residents wanted immediate clean—up of New Jersey’s hazardous wastes and chemical dumps regardless of the cost, New Jerseyans were divided about who should pay the clean—up bill —— the individual companies responsible or a combination of industry and government. An Eagleton Poll of 603 state residents 18 years or older conducted between March 1 and 14, also found unanimous public concern with the chemical and toxic waste problem in New Jersey.

 

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