That’s according to a Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press Poll that’s reportedly the first on the topic since NJ Senator Scutari introduced a marijuana legalization bill.
The poll was conducted on behalf of CBS News by the Media, Pa. – based company Social Science Research Solutions in March 2014.
If Hillary Clinton were to win the White House in 2016, the best thing about it wouldn’t be her intelligence, experience or even her proximity to Bill.
Less than a week after Delaware was ranked one of the fattest states, a new Gallup poll is offering insight into why.
In the latest Gallup poll on obesity, Pennsylvania ranked the 18th fattest state. Just over 28% of the state’s population is classified as obese.
A new poll shows that a large majority of Pennsylvania voters favor legalizing marijuana for medical purposes, but residents are divided over whether possession of even small amounts for recreational use should be legalized.
Despite the fact that most people say they’d rather celebrate Valentine’s Day on a day other than Feb. 14, it remains one of the busiest days for restaurants.
Today is “truck day” as the Phillies load their truck for Spring Training in Clearwater, Florida. The WIP Morning Show, excited for baseball season and the Spring, asked on the WIP Audio Roadshow app, “How many games will the Phillies win in 2014?”
A new poll finds more New Jersey residents want to smoke pot than gamble over the Internet.
The number of Americans who say they’re middle class has dropped drastically in recent years.
You’re not imagining it: Your boss is probably happier than you are.
One in five people would rather be parted from their pet for a month than give up their smartphone for the same amount of time.
If getting more sleep is one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2014, you’re not alone.
In addition to holiday cheer, the holiday season also brings with it a healthy helping of dread – at least for New Jerseyans.
While the poll results on Christie’s job performance appear to be consistent with other recent polls, it appears that few living in the Garden State have any idea of what to expect from Gov Christie’s second term.