June Thu, 2023
Widespread Support Among New Jerseyans for State Liquor Law Reforms
New Jerseyans across the board support a number of liquor license reforms being proposed that deal with the quantity of licenses allowed and how licenses can be used, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
May Fri, 2023
New Jerseyans Haven’t Heard Much About State Budget, Divided on Corporate Business Tax Expiration and School Funding
Most New Jerseyans have little knowledge of the state's proposed budget for fiscal year 2024, yet many have opinions about what is in it, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. Three-quarters of New Jerseyans say they have seen or heard little (23 percent) or nothing at all (53 percent) about New Jersey’s proposed state budget. Four percent say they have heard a lot about the state budget, and 16 percent say they have heard some of the proposal.
May Thu, 2023
Majority of New Jerseyans Disagree With Supreme Court’s Concealed Carry Decision, Agree With Recent State Gun Legislation
As New Jersey’s latest firearm legislation undergoes its own battle in the courts, a majority of New Jerseyans disagree with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2022 ruling in Bruen and side with the Garden State’s new concealed carry law, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll in partnership with the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center.
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.”