October Wed, 2007
GAY MARRIAGE COMES OUT IN NEW JERSEY, YET OPINION IS UNCHANGED
As the state marks the one-year anniversary of a New Jersey Supreme Court decision ordering the State Legislature to extend the legal rights of married couples to gay and lesbian couples, the public remains evenly divided over whether those rights should include marriage.
October Fri, 2007
CLINTON SOLIDIFIES LEADS OVER PRIMARY RIVALS AND GIULIANI IN NEW JERSEY
U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton has surged to a 31-point lead over her nearest rival in the upcoming New Jersey Democratic primary, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
October Thu, 2007
CRANKY ELECTORATE STILL GIVES DEMOCRATS THE EDGE IN LEGISLATIVE CAMPAIGN
Voters are growing increasingly negative about New Jersey as a place to live, and perceptions of the extent of corruption among public officials is at an all-time high in the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. And yet, likely voters still prefer Democrats over Republicans by margins of 10 to 12 percentage points when asked which party they would support in the upcoming state legislative election on Nov. 6.
August Thu, 2007
VOTERS COOL TO ANOTHER TERM FOR LAUTENBERG
With the November 2008 election still 15 months away, three-fifths of New Jersey voters say it is time for someone else to fill Frank Lautenberg’s seat in the U.S. Senate.