Christie's approval slides; Trump is seen through eyes of NJ voters.
Setting the stage for the upcoming presidential election year.
A contentious year in NJ and beyond.
Christie and Booker fare well in blue Jersey.
Supreme Court cases and an uneven year for President Obama.
Many national polls complemented our NJ polls, reflecting a national interest in Christie, gambling, and Jersey Shore.
We tracked Chris Christie's dramatic proposals in New Jersey and the race for Joe Biden's Senate seat in Delaware.
Chris Christie pulled even with Jon Corzine and eventually won.
Presidential prospects in New Jersey and in Delaware were a year-long focus.
We tracked governors' popularity, support for the Iraq war, and early indications about the 2008 primaries.
Menendez' victory reflected national issues, and we began publishing Delaware-based findings in addition to New Jersey.
Candidates contended to replace Richard Codey as NJ Governor.
A contentious presidential election dominated the radar screen.
We tracked consumer issues and details of congressional elections.
Ethics and budget issues dominated our New Jersey research scene.
In the inaugural year of PublicMind polling, we published results on the dimensions and causes of McGreevey's victory, on energy and other public policy issues, and on the Sopranos!
Public favors treatment more than penalties. [more]
41% of Voters Say He’s Been Among NJ’s Worst Governors. [more]
59 percent of voters seek out the Jersey Fresh label when shopping for produce. [more]
Some likely voters have switched parties. [more]
. . . in governor’s races in both New Jersey and Virginia. [more]
Neither candidate hit a home run in the debate last week. [more]
PublicMind reviews his approval ratings [more]
More diversity at work than elsewhere [more]
Where do you go and what do you know [more]
... than what you'd like to believe [more]
New Jerseyans see benefits of keeping rather than dumping ACA [more]
Christie and State Government Get a Big Thumbs Down [more]
... but most voters begin the campaign unsure [more]
... yet strong and growing support for more housing options [more]
Garden State attendance at Women's March [more]
.. and majority say NJ is on the wrong track [more]