The Rutgers Eagleton Poll sought out the feelings of 860 adults statewide a couple of months ago.
As New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ponders a potential Republican Presidential run, a new poll in his home state shows a continued erosion of popular support.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll of 860 registered voters in the Garden State found most giving their senior senator the benefit of the doubt.
His job approval rating is at 52 percent “unfavorable,” against 42 percent “favorable,” according to the poll.
A new poll suggests that New Jersey residents don’t have a lot of faith in efforts to turn Atlantic City’s economic situation around.
The latest Rutgers-Eagleton survey shows a continued deterioration in Christie’s positive numbers since “Bridgegate” broke and Hurricane Sandy recovery problems became more of an issue.
“We’ve got only 38 percent of registered voters in the state actually approving of how Christie is handling the issue of taxes, and 42 percent approve of his handling of the economy and jobs,” a Rutgers-Eagleton pollster notes.
A new poll shows Gov. Chris Christie continues to see a bounce from his handling of Superstorm Sandy.
Gov. Chris Christie continues to maintain a strong lead in his re-election bid. But the woman who wants to defeat him in November is gaining some ground in a new poll.
A new poll finds Gov. Chris Christie remains popular in New Jersey, though his approval ratings have dropped slightly in recent months.
A study by researchers based at Rutgers University takes a good, long look at New Jersey’s three-year-old Family Leave law, which provides paid coverage for up to six weeks to allow people to care for newborns or loved ones who get sick.
It seems like New Jersey is more than the Garden State — it is the Tattoo State, too.
Hundreds of students, faculty, staff, and Camden residents rallied outside the Rutgers-Camden library prior to a meeting of the school’s board of governors in another building, where the issue was being discussed.
One new knock is a poll from the Rutgers-Eagleton people, who find that New Jerseyans dislike the idea of the Rowan takeover by a margin of 57 percent to 22 percent.
A new poll in New Jersey tends to reinforce the perception that Governor Chris Christie’s popularity in the state is slipping — a bit.