October Sun, 2002
LAUTENBERG LEADS AMONG LIKELY VOTERS MORE WOMEN SUPPORT THE DEMOCRAT, WHILE MEN PREFER FORRESTER
Democratic Senate candidate Frank Lautenberg – buoyed by women voters in New Jersey – now runs ahead of Republican candidate Douglas Forrester by a margin of 47 to 42 percent among those most likely to vote. This according to the latest Star- Ledger/Eagleton-Rutgers Poll conducted Sunday through Thursday night. An earlier poll conducted between October 3 and 6 had found the candidates tied at 44 percent each.
October Tue, 2002
LAUTENBERG SUBSTITUTION REVIVES DEMOCRATS’ CHANCES EVEN WHILE ENERGIZING REPUBLICANS SENATE RACE A TOSS-UP AMONG LIKELY VOTERS
The Democrats are indeed in much better shape to win the Senate election with former Senator Frank Lautenberg having replaced current Senator Bob Torricelli on the ticket. A Star- Ledger/Eagleton-Rutgers poll concluded Sunday night shows Lautenberg leading Republican Douglas Forrester by a margin of 6 percentage points among potential voters, 46 to 40, with the remainder undecided.
September Tue, 2002
2002 ELECTION POTPOURRI:ISSUES, CANDIDATE QUALITIES, ENGAGEMENT and THE CONGRESS
While Democrat Bob Torricelli better understands the problems facing the state,Republican Doug Forrester is more honest. So say New Jersey voters. And with these astheir top two concerns, it is little wonder the race for the Senate is so close in mid-September.
September Thu, 2002
THE SENATE RACE 2002:A REFERENDUM ON TORRICELLI
There’s good and bad news for incumbent U.S. Senator Robert Torricelli in thelatest Star-Ledger/Eagleton-Rutgers Poll. The good news is that his Republican opponentDouglas Forrester remains largely unknown to New Jersey voters. The bad news is thateven as Torricelli is running mainly against himself, he’s not ahead.