February Wed, 2015
STRONG SUPPORT FOR “AID IN DYING” BILL ASSISTED SUICIDE “MORALLY ACCEPTABLE,” RUTGERS-EAGLETON POLL FINDS
As the “Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act” awaits a vote in the state Senate, almost two-thirds (63 percent) of New Jerseyans support the measure, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. The bill, which allows terminally ill patients to obtain prescription drugs to end their lives and was passed by the state Assembly in November, is opposed by 29 percent of residents. Eight percent have no opinion.
May Sun, 2001
NEW JERSEYANS AND THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS A STARK CONTRAST IN BLACK AND WHITE
Over three-quarters of New Jerseyans think their neighborhood is a good place to live, and just under that number think the same about their own city or town. And given the opportunity, a majority would choose to stay in the neighborhood in which they currently reside, rather than move to another neighborhood or even another state.