| March Mon, 2016
Help Wanted: More Women Needed in NJ County and Municipal Elected Offices
If New Jersey counties were graded on their efforts to elect women as freeholders, six would receive honors marks (40 percent or better), and two would flunk with scores of zero.
| March Fri, 2016
Majority Of New Jerseyans Concerned About Quality Of Drinking Water, Water Pollution
Like much of the nation in the wake of the Flint, Mich. water crisis, New Jerseyans are concerned about the quality of their drinking water, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
| March Tue, 2016
New Jerseyans Divided On State Takeover Of Atlantic City And New Casinos Elsewhere In State
Atlantic City’s financial situation continues to worsen, but a bare majority of New Jerseyans believes the state should not intervene, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
| February Mon, 2016
New Jersey Voters Divided Over Quarterly Pension Payments; Oppose Funding Through Tax Hikes, Budget Cuts
As a battle looms over recent proposals by Democratic leaders in the state Legislature, public opinion has taken sides on the issues of pension payments and the minimum wage in New Jersey, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.