NUCLEAR FREEZE STRONGLY FAVORED; ELECTORATE LEANS DEMOCRATIC IN HOUSE RACES

Posted at 12:01 am October 6, 1982, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

Two out of three New Jerseyites supports the idea of a nuclear freeze, where the United States and Soviet Union would agree to halt the production, testing and installation of additional nuclear weapons. A survey of 1,005 state residents conducted between September 14 and 25 by Rutgers’ Eagleton Institute found 54 percent strongly favoring a freeze and another 14 percent mildly in support. About one—in—five voiced opposition to the freeze, while the remaining 10 percent expressed no opinion.

 

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