A newly released national poll confirms what a lot of people have suspected: African-Americans are less likely to trust their local police department than those of other races.
Returning from a three-day trade trip to London that’ll be remembered more for a political gaffe over measles vaccination, Christie’s overall travel is starting to catch up with how he is perceived by the people he now governs.
The poll, which was conducted by Monmouth University, surveyed more than 1,000 Americans about their romantic relationships in advance of Valentine’s Day.
“The poll indicates a strong sense of distrust for the entire justice process among black Americans, not only for the police but for the actions of courts and prosecutors as well,” said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute in West Long Branch, New Jersey.
A new poll suggests many New Jersey residents don’t have a lot of confidence in President Obama’s performance in office.
In addition to holiday cheer, the holiday season also brings with it a healthy helping of dread – at least for New Jerseyans.
The University’s president sent a letter Thursday revealing an employee in the Controller’s office is gravely ill and has been admitted to a hospital.
Miles Jackson-Cartwright made 5 of 8 from beyond the 3-point line and scored 25 points as Penn topped Monmouth 79-73 on Tuesday night.
Just one day before voters head to the polls in New Jersey, Gov. Christie remains in the lead.
The poll, which surveyed residents displaced by the storm for at least one month, reveals that few of those families feel they’re close to a full recovery and most of them feel the state’s rebuilding efforts have overlooked them.
While New Jersey residents feel more positive about the Affordable Care Act than residents across the country, they also know less about it.
A newly released poll suggests many New Jersey families cut back on their trips down the shore, in spite of a 13 million dollar publicity campaign seeking to boost tourism in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
According to a new poll from Monmouth University and the Asbury Park Press, more than 63% of New Jerseyans believe Christie wants to run for president in 2016.
Monmouth University put the question to over a thousand adults from coast to coast about three weeks ago.
The poll, which was conducted by Monmouth University, surveyed more than 800 residents about their environment, neighborhood safety and local schools.