June Fri, 2023
Most New Jerseyans Oppose Cutting Services and Raising Fares to Stabilize NJ Transit’s Budget
As NJ Transit debates how to avert its budget shortfall, a majority of New Jerseyans oppose cutting transit services or raising fares to stabilize funding and close the fiscal gap, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
February Mon, 2023
Plurality of New Jerseyans Support Cannabis Tax Revenue Being Used for Education and Public Health Initiatives
With racial justice in mind, New Jersey’s recent cannabis legalization and decriminalization laws aimed to redress historical harms associated with the war on drugs by investing in those communities most impacted. However, it is unclear what the government meant by “investing.”
October Fri, 2022
On 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, New Jerseyans Believe in Climate Change, See It as a Threat and Are Concerned About Its Effects
As the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches and more than a year out from Hurricane Ida, the vast majority of New Jerseyans believe the Earth’s climate is changing, see it as a serious threat to the state, and are concerned about the effects of changing climate conditions on various aspects of life, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton poll.
September Thu, 2022
Uptick in Governor Murphy’s Favorability, Job Approval Is Steady Nearly One Year Into Second Term, but New Jerseyans Are Split on Where the State Is Headed
Gov. Phil Murphy’s favorability rating has rebounded after taking a hit in the spring and about half of New Jerseyans continue to approve of the job he is doing as governor, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.