New Jersey governor Chris Christie continues to be a political favorite among Americans, and even remains hot among Democrats.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie continues strong support in a survey of New Jersey voters about the governor’s race.
As New Jersey beach towns continue rebuilding in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, a new Quinnipiac University poll finds many Garden State residents are planning to come back to their favorite shore spots this summer.
Job approval poll numbers are rebounding from a five-year low for U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey in the wake of an ethics probe involving a major donor.
A Quinnipiac University telephone survey of New Jersey residents indicates that a majority of people are willing to hold off any state tax cuts until more facts are known.
The latest CBS News-Quinnipiac University-New York Times Poll shows a probable dramatic race to the finish line.
Governor Chris Christie enjoys strong job approval ratings except when New Jerseyans are asked whether he’d be a good nominee for vice president.
5:41 Chris talks about the successful Red Meat Tour stop in Cherry Hill last night with Jon Runyan. 5:46 10,000 members of the American Psychiatric Association will meet in Philadelphia this weekend to discuss tough questions […]
Governor Tom Corbett’s approval rating is down, and Rick Santorum’s is up, in the latest Quinnipiac University poll of Pennsylvania voters.
There is more good news for Rick Santorum after his primary wins in the South on Tuesday. A new poll shows the former Pennsylvania senator is in good shape in his home state.
Chris addresses the new birth control study from Quinnipiac University, the new PA tax talk about online purchases and the discussion of conventional wisdom concerning the Republican primaries. Chris also chats with Steve Cordasco for Finance Friday, Beasley Reece about the upcoming Phillies season and Nancy O’Dell of Entertainment Tonight about the Oscars this Sunday night!
The poll by Quinnipiac University finds that 82 percent of Americans support the use of birth control. Just 12 percent think it’s wrong.
A newly released national poll suggests Americans are not happy with the Obama administration’s approach to Iran, and the possibility that country could create a nuclear weapon.
By 52 percent to 42 percent, voters in the Quinnipiac University poll disappprove of President Obama’s job performance.
The school’s polling institute director Maurice Carroll says it’s more than a reversal of fortunes over last month’s numbers, “This is a period where governors are not doing well — every place else, the governors are down in the soup.”