June Thu, 2019
JOINT RUTGERS-EAGLETON/FDU POLL: 80 PERCENT OF NEW JERSEYANS ARE HAPPY
Garden Staters may complain about the high cost of living in New Jersey, but overall, they’re pretty happy.
April Tue, 2019
MOST NEW JERSEYANS HAVE CONSIDERED BUT NOT PLANNED FOR END-OF-LIFE WISHES
In advance of National Health Care Decisions Day on April 16, a new poll shows that six in 10 New Jerseyans (61 percent) have given a great deal or at least some thought to their wishes for medical care towards the end of their life.
May Thu, 2018
POSITIVITY ABOUT STATE’S DIRECTION CONTINUES TO GROW UNDER MURPHY ADMINISTRATION; GOV. STARTS OUT SOLID, BOOKER CONTINUES TO SHINE AS MENENDEZ’S RATINGS REMAIN STEADY
With the Murphy administration well underway, New Jerseyans are now split over the direction of the state, as more feel better than they have in recent years about where New Jersey is headed. Gov. Phil Murphy himself remains an unknown to a sizeable segment of the public, but initial impressions of the job he is doing are positive
January Mon, 2018
‘HEALTH MATTERS’ POLL SERIES: MAJORITY OF NEW JERSEYANS SATISFIED WITH THEIR CURRENT HEALTHCARE COVERAGE OVERALL, BUT ONE-THIRD ‘SOMEWHAT’ OR ‘VERY’ DISSATISFIED WITH MONTHLY PREMIUM COSTS
Despite a shortened Marketplace enrollment period and general concerns surrounding today’s healthcare system, the majority of insured New Jerseyans are positive about their healthcare coverage experience, feeling content with the information they have received to choose a plan and with the major features within the current plan that they chose.