| December Tue, 2017
New Jersey Greets Governor-elect Murphy With Cautious Optimism; Positivity About State’s Future Growth
New Jerseyans see a glimmer of hope for the Garden State following Phil Murphy’s gubernatorial victory in November, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
| December Mon, 2017
AARP Study: New Jerseyans Unwilling To Pay Subsidies For Pseg Nuclear Plants
New Jerseyans are not too keen on paying an additional fee proposed by PSEG to keep its two nuclear power plants in Salem and Hope Creek operational. Fifty-one percent say they are not willing at all and another 24 percent say they are not too willing to pay such a fee; 16 percent say they are somewhat willing, and just 3 percent say very willing.
| November Thu, 2017
New Jerseyans’ Verdict On Menendez? Down But Not Out
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez has emerged from a hung jury in his federal corruption case seriously damaged but by no means dead, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
| September Sun, 2017
Most New Jerseyans Believe Arts Education Is Important But Are Mixed On Its Funding, Implementation And Students’ Access To Participation Opportunities
With school back in session, New Jersey residents are not only thinking about “reading and writing and ‘rithmetic” but also about the importance of arts education, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll in partnership with Arts Ed NJ for the Arts Ed Now campaign.