One out of four people in New Jersey thinks that Governor Cahill has not dealt very well with corruption in state government

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

One out of four people in New Jersey thinks that Governor Cahill has not dealt very well with corruption in state government. A statewide random sample of 1225 citizens were asked about the
Cahill administration’s handling of corruption as compared to that of past administrations. The poll, conducted by the Eagleton Institute of Politics January 5-11, showed that 25% of the respondents felt that Cahill was not doing very well in handling corruption, 43% thought that he was doing fairly well, 17% said he was doing quite nell, only 4% believed he was doing extremely well, while 11% registered no opinion.

 

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