People who make most use of the Jersey Shore think that its development should be controlled by the state

Posted at 12:01 am June 25, 1973, in Earlier Press Releases and Polls, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

A recent poll conducted by the Eagleton Institute shows that the people who make most use of the Jersey shore think that its development should be controlled by the state. The poll indicates that 56% of a sample of 898 persons who said they had been to the shore in the past two years favored state control over the shore’s development. This was in response to the question “Do you feel the state should step in and control the future development of the New Jersey shore or should it be left to private development?” A total of 32% of shore users favored private development while 13% had no opinion.

 

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