Public questions of politics and health.
Christie leaves Trenton, takes Guadagno with him.
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!
. . . it's not COVID 19 or the election. [more]
. . . express concern over climate change and the impacts of gas pipelines. [more]
Schools and Murphy Get High Marks, Trump Not So Much.[more]
. . . driven more by distaste for Trump than strong support for the Democratic candidate.[more]
Nearly 40% of parents using child care said it was more difficult to find affordable care during the pandemic. [more]
91% see high quality and affordable care as important. [more]
Majority will wear masks and will take the vaccine when available. [more]
Fifty percent say they doubt that the money will be funneled into road repairs. [more]
Many will wait for vaccine before going back to all businesses. [more]
. . . but support fairness and consistency. [more]
. . . despite infringements on personal freedoms and privacy. [more]
Awaiting a vaccine but only somewhat confident of its safety and effectiveness. [more]
... for his informationn or his management of the pandemic. [more]
... while some look to disproven remedies to protect against covid-19. [more]
... as well as increased access to benefits. [more]
Opinion is mixed on whether any accomplishments can be credited to him. [more]
Approval underwater despite strong economy. [more]
Trump Trounced by all Dems in head to head. [more]
While most of the Garden State rejects sexist beliefs about women, those beliefs are closely tied to views of important social issues. [more]
Survey conducted for the Garden State Initiative (GSI) and Fairleigh Dickinson University’s School of Public & Global Affairs. [more]
Mandatory background checks, funding for mental health, most widely supported. [more]
Trump Not a Factor, While Murphy Treading Water in NJ. [more]
Even more fear the country is headed in the wrong direction. [more]
Joint Rutgers-Eagleton/FDU Poll. [more]
This despite research that has found high levels of segregation of black and Latin-American students in the Garden State. [more]
Some attitudes have changed, some have endured, since Rutgers-Eagleton and FDU asked about these traits in 2003. [more]
Most Americans consult pharmacists and websites. [more]
Virtually All Residents Believe Opioid Usage Is a Problem In New Jersey. [more]
A joint survey from the FDU Poll and the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825. [more]
Overall, Gov. Murphy's approval is at 42 percent. [more]
A joint survey from Rutgers and Fairleigh Dickinson finds happy residents, some more so than others. [more]
Residents strongly support hunting as a way of controlling the New Jersey deer population. [more]
Over half of all Americans consult with the pharmacist on duty when they visit a pharmacy. [more]
Low favorabilities across the board for the politicians studied. [more]
Lackluster ratings for Governor Murphy. [more]
A quarter of all Americans use or have used it daily. [more]
Not all news sources are created equal. [more]
Scandal confusion in the Trump era. [more]
. . . but differ on the magnitude. [more]
Trump casts a long shadow in NJ race. [more]
Testimony has little effect; party and Trump appear more important. [more]
NJ divided over benefits of fluoridated water. [more]
Not everyone believes reassurances about cellphones, fluoridated water, and vaccines. [more]