According to new research from Public Policy Polling, 59% of Pennsylvanians say they like Phil, and only 12% have a negative opinion of him.
Have you ever had an “I shouldn’t have bought that” moment? Most of us have. But would you ever conceal that purchase from your partner?
Gov. Chris Christie’s approval rating is still lagging.
Our first chance, which is currently the most set in stone, comes tomorrow evening. A clipper will move through the area, bringing generally light snow on the order of 1-2″.
A new poll finds the majority of Americans are fearful about a domestic terrorist attack following the one in Paris and doubtful that ISIL can be stopped even if U.S. troops get involved.
New MLK Day Poll Reveals Most Americans Do Not Feel Race Relations Have Improved Since Pres. Obama Took Office
While a new Al Jazeera America/Monmouth University Poll finds almost all Americans agree racial discrimination is a problem in the U.S., they’re divided by race on whether or not social integration is a way to fix the problem.
“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 shows a majority of New Jersey voters do not think Gov. Chris Christie would make a good president.
Sanchez or Foles? Which QB gives the Eagles a better chance to win in the playoffs?
Apparently, between 2000 and 2006 less than half of Americans said having a gun made them feel safer, but since 2006, the percentage in favor of having a firearm in the house has been slowly increasing.
Who should be the Eagles starting QB if both Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez are healthy?
Is Nick Foles the franchise quarterback for the Eagles?
A new survey suggests that “social resilience” has a big impact on how prepared communities feel for disasters such as Superstorm Sandy, and is seen as more valuable in a crisis than even government.
A new poll suggests that New Jersey residents don’t have a lot of faith in efforts to turn Atlantic City’s economic situation around.
While adults with children under 18 were more likely to say they smiled or laughed on any given day, they were also more likely to say they have a lot of stress at home.