November Tue, 1992
THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE IN NEW JERSEY :AN UPDATE
The Presidential race in New Jersey, which looked like it might be gaining momentum for President George Bush at the end of last week, seems to be stabilizing.
November Sun, 1992
CLINTON LEADS IN NEW JERSEY
In the closing days of the election, it appears that Democrat challenger Bill Clinton will receive more votes from New Jersey voters than the incumbent President George Bush. However, the size of Clinton's margin of victory will depend on who actually votes on November 3. Likely New Jersey voters give Democrat Bill Clinton a 12 point lead over Republican incumbent George Bush — 42 to 30 percent — while Ross Perot has support from 18 percent and 9 percent remain undecided. However, the margin between the candidates declines to 8 points among those voters who have the highest probability of voting — Clinton 45 percent, Bush 37 percent and Perot 17 percent. In addition, at this time, the campaign momentum favors George Bush.
October Tue, 1992
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN NEW JERSEY: ISSUES AND CHARACTER
New Jersey voters are making clear distinctions among the presidential candidates based on the issues that are being discussed in the campaign. On economic issues, Clinton is favored on controlling health care costs and providing jobs, while Bush is seen as better able to hold down taxes, and Perot is identified as the best to deal with the budget deficit problem.
October Sun, 1992
THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE IN NEW JERSEY: CLINTON LEADS BUT PEROT GAINS
With the election about a week away, New Jersey residents who are the most likely to vote give Democrat Bill Clinton a 13 point lead over Republican incumbent George Bush — 44 to 31 percent — 17 percent plan to vote for Ross Perot. For Perot this is an increase of 6 points from the 11 percent he had in the state prior to officially re-entering the race.