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.”
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows the battle over the nation’s debt in Washington has left everyone in the process on the “outs” with Pennsylvania voters.
The latest Quinnipiac University survey does not bode well for conservative former US senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, who last week officially jumped into the Republican battle to replace President Obama.
The death of Osama bin Laden may have been positive for the United States but the reality of the economy provides a sobering effect.
Fifty-three percent of Pennsylvania voters disapprove of President Obama’s job performance, while only 42-percent approve.
When it comes to funding New Jersey public schools, voters seem to want to have it both ways, according to a new poll.
“They think 60 percent to 33 percent that Obama would win a matchup like that, and 52 percent to 39 percent say they would vote for Obama,” Quinnipiac poll director Maurice Carroll said.
The findings of the new Quinnipiac University poll, just released, includes what nearly 2,000 people think about government shutdowns — and public-sector labor unions.
The survey of some 1,600 hundred Pennsylvania voters by Quinnipiac University bodes relatively well for Casey, according to the polling institute’s assistant director, Peter Brown.
A new poll indicates that New Jersey residents are warming up to governor Chris Christie, although not all of the Garden State shares the love.