Madison NJ, Fairleigh Dickinson University, most New Jersey residents say that politicians in the state are “very” or “somewhat” corrupt, and they’re only a little more positive about their own representatives in state and local government. According to the latest results from the FDU Poll, 80 percent of New Jersey residents say that the state’s politicians are at least “a little” corrupt, a view driven by partisanship and views of Governor Phil Murphy.
Madison NJ, Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey residents narrowly oppose the continued development of off-shore wind farms, with concerns about the recent deaths of whales and dolphins reducing support for the green energy project. According to the latest results from the FDU Poll, 35 percent of New Jersey residents say that the state should continue the development of the wind farms off the coast, with 39 percent saying that development should be halted.
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison NJ, New Jersey gives a greater role to county parties in shaping primary elections than any other state, but that doesn’t mean that residents like it. According to the latest results from the FDU Poll, only 19 percent of New Jersey say that county parties should have a role in officially endorsing candidates and giving them preferential placement on the ballot, while 2/3rds oppose such a role.
Few Democrats think Murphy should run; fewer Republicans think Christie should
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Madison NJ, Fairleigh Dickinson University, With voting complete in the 2022 US midterm elections, positioning for the 2024 US Presidential election has begun. Both the current governor of New Jersey, Democrat Phil Murphy, and the most recent former governor, Republican Chris Christie, are largely expected to try their chances for their party’s nominations, but neither have the support of their home state in such efforts.
Ridgewood NJ, on Wednesday October 20th at 7pm the Ridgewood Public library virtually hosts Mallory Mortillaro tell the story of discovering that a dusty marble bust of Napoleon in Madison, NJ was actually a long-missing 1908 Rodin. Register here.