Quinnipiac University poll
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie would be on anybody’s short list for a vice presidential running mate.
New Yorkers overwhelmingly approve of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s decision to prepare for Hurricane Irene by ordering the evacuation of low-lying areas, according to a poll released today.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office is boasting that bicycles are now the toast of the town — up 14 percent, with close to 19,000 city cyclists every day compared to spring 2010 where that daily number was 16,463.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday asked participants who they would “most like to see elected mayor in 2013,” and Kelly heads the list with 23 percent.
The Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday finds disapproval from women has driven the Republican governor’s approval rating slightly negative.
A Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey Press Media Poll finds Christie’s job approval rating 47-40 percent favorable. Christie gets high marks for cost-cutting but lower grades for providing property tax relief.
The Quinnipiac University Poll out Thursday finds 53 percent of voters surveyed support layoffs, 63 percent support furloughs and 78 percent support wage freezes.
The Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday finds Christie’s job approval rating at 51 percent, but only 24 percent think he’d be good in the White House.
A poll released Tuesday shows that Richard Blumenthal (D) leads Linda McMahon (R) 51 to 45 percent among likely voters in the race for U.S. Senate.