The Rutgers-Eagleton poll released Wednesday finds more New Jersey residents disapprove of the way Gov. Chris Christie has handled recovery from Sandy.
Two recent polls show a traffic jam scandal taking a toll on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s popularity and national political ambitions.
In an email Monday morning, the governor’s office said it was withdrawing its appeal because the chief justice on Friday “left no ambiguity” about the court’s view.
A Monmouth University poll released Monday finds the Newark mayor maintaining a double-digit lead, 52 to 42 percent among likely voters.
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.
Experts expect Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker will run for U.S. Senate if he decides not to run for governor against Republican Gov. Chris Christie.
This record high approval comes on the heels of New York City registered voters giving Christie top marks for his handling of superstorm Sandy.
Two-thirds of New Jersey residents were affected by Superstorm Sandy and about one in five of them had to leave their homes, a new poll has found.
A new poll finds New Jersey voters think Gov. Chris Christie is doing a good job, but they’re not positive about re-electing him.
Personality is giving President Barack Obama the edge over Mitt Romney among New Jersey voters surveyed in a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released Wednesday.
Mitt Romney left New Jersey with cash for his campaign and a prediction from Gov. Chris Christie that the state is going to be “Romney country.”
A new poll finds most New Jersey residents support the secret monitoring of Muslim groups by the New York Police Department, though that sentiment isn’t as strong in Hudson and Essex counties.
A Rutgers-Eagleton poll released Wednesday finds more than half of New Jersey voters surveyed say people should not be penalized for possession of small amounts of marijuana.
Some residents and business owners who have been fed up with the encampment at Zuccotti Park say they’re glad the city evicted Occupy Wall Street protesters and cleaned up the park early Tuesday morning.
But the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll also shows they oppose using public money for vouchers to send children to private schools.