February Sun, 2003
NEW JERSEYANS ON PROPERTY TAXES: “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!”
In New Jersey, all taxes are not created equal. While relatively few residents say their state income taxes and the sales tax rate are too high, a large majority feel the amount they pay in local property taxes is unreasonable. While few New Jerseyans have heard of the proposal to hold a constitutional convention on property tax reform, most say they would support the idea.
February Wed, 2003
NEW JERSEYANS DIVIDED ON WAR WITH IRAQ
Secretary of State Colin Powell will be addressing the United Nations today, trying to convince the world that war with Iraq is necessary. He has to convince New Jerseyans, too.
February Tue, 2003
MAJORITY NOW SERIOUSLY CONCERNED ABOUT STATE BUDGET
Over the last year Governor James McGreevey has managed to convince New Jerseyans that the state’s budget problems are indeed serious, but that message has come with the price of a plummeting job approval rating. More in the state now disapprove than approve of the job McGreevey is doing.