August Mon, 2019
JOINT RUTGERS-EAGLETON/FDU POLL: MOST NEW JERSEYANS PERCEIVE NO SCHOOL SEGREGATION
More than 80 percent of New Jerseyans say their local school districts include a good mix of races and ethnicities, and just 14 percent say their local schools are segregated, despite research that has found high levels of segregation of black and Latin-American students in the Garden State.
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.
April Wed, 2001
NEW JERSEY GOVERNMENT GETS MIDDLING MARKS RACIAL PROFILING AND ETHICS LOOM LARGE
In the midst of swirling political controversies in New Jersey engulfing the acting Governor, a United States senator, and a Supreme Court justice, a narrow majority of residents surveyed between April 11th and 17th rated the quality of their state government as good, while more than four in ten rated it as only fair or poor. In addition, New Jerseyans said their government and politicians are no better or worse than those in other states.
April Fri, 2001
SENATE HEARINGS ON RACIAL PROFILING COMMAND WIDESPREAD ATTENTION Many Believe Verniero Intentionally Mislead Senate And Should Step Down If Proven True
Despite recent front-page stories raising questions about acting Governor Donald DiFrancesco’s business dealings and Senator Robert Torricelli’s fundraising practices, it is the state Senate’s hearings into racial profiling that are commanding the lion’s share of attention among Garden State residents.