Another NJ Poll Paints Christie In A Bad LightThe latest bit of bad news comes from the Fairleigh Dickinson Public Mind Poll.
Survey: 7 Percent Of Voters Have Ended A Friendship Over Presidential ElectionThe survey says 70 percent of American voters say that this year’s campaign has brought out the worst in people.
New Poll Takes Snapshot Of Mood On RefugeesQuinnipiac University's Polling Institute took the temperature of more than 1,100 registered voters across the country last week.
Poll: 50 Percent Would Be Embarrassed By Trump As PresidentWhile Hillary Clinton has high marks on experience, she and Donald Trump share similar marks on dishonesty.
National Poll On Holiday Sentiment Suggests Some Attitudinal ChangesA new national poll out of New Jersey suggests people approach the holiday season more joyful than stressed.
Poll: Who Do You Think Won The Final GOP Debate Of 2015?Nine republican presidential candidates participated in a prime-time Tuesday night debate, live from Las Vegas, Nevada.
Poll: Christie's Job Approval Hits New LowChristie's job approval has hit a new low in a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Friday.
NJ Poll: Voters Feel Indicted US Senator Should Quit Before His TrialHis approval rating sits at 42-36 negative. And pollster Mickey Carroll says respondents want him out.
Poll: Majority Of NJ Voters Say Christie Should Drop Out Of Presidential RaceSixty-one percent of voters said the governor should drop out of the race.
F&M Poll Of PA Voters: Trump, Carson Lead GOP; Dems Love ClintonFranklin and Marshall College Poll Director Terry Madonna says Donald Trump is at 23-percent, and Ben Carson at 22-percent, among Pennsylvania Republicans.
F&M Poll: PA Voters Say Government, Politicians #1 ProblemWith a budget standoff that’s nearly four months old, the new Franklin and Marshall College Poll shows nearly two-thirds of Pennsylvania voters think the state is “on the wrong track.”
Pope Francis Gets Big Poll Bump In Wake Of First U.S. TripA Marist College poll conducted in the aftermath of Pope Francis' visit to the United States found Americans not only embraced the Holy Father as a transformative figure, but agree with him on some controversial issues.