Just 37% of those surveyed approve of the job President Obama is doing, while 57% disapprove.
The Pew Charitable Trust conducted the poll during the summer of 2013 using a random sample of Philadelphia adults over 18.
President Obama might have more in common with former President George W. Bush than he’d like to admit.
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.
According to the CNN/ORC poll, which involved 841 adults and was conducted via phone between Oct. 18 and 20, just 38% of respondents feel positive about the Republican-controlled House.
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 poll from Harris Interactive, the perfect age is 50. Or, to be more precise, the perfect age gets older as we do.
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.
Furthermore, 55 percent would gladly give their life for their child or children.
The Fairleigh Dickinson-PublicMind poll out Tuesday finds 49 percent of respondents think the state is headed in the right direction, an 8-point drop since June.
How many wins will the Eagles have this year? It’s the question everyone has been asking, in every form possible, for months now, and everyone has a different answer.
It’s apparent that many single guys live in filth, but a new survey reveals they sleep in it as well.
The report, which polled more than 400 moms, revealed that the pressure for kids to perform and the grueling practice schedule of some youth sports leagues has mothers on edge.
Gender bias at work is a hot topic , but a new poll shows that most women don’t feel that it affects them in terms of raises and promotions.