The Covid numbers continue improving, but that may not be all good. Improvements in caseloads, relaxation of restrictions, and declining mortalities are trends long desired by health officials and the public.
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About the only thing New Jersey Republicans and Democrats agree on, according to a Stockton University Poll released March 31, is that many would like even more stimulus aid than was provided in the recent $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package.
One day after U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2nd) accused a "member of the media" of leaving death threats on his home phone, the tables turned, and it was the accused claiming he had to call the police to tell them he was receiving threats from one of Van Drew’s supporters.
Nationally, the only issue capable of pushing a surging pandemic from center stage in the news was the 2020 election.
The hard-fought congressional race, in New Jersey's 2nd Congressional District, is a dead heat in the week heading into Election Day, according to a Stockton University Poll released Oct. 30.
Majorities of New Jersey adults see racism as a major problem and believe police treat people of color more harshly than white people, but opinions vary widely across political, racial, and socioeconomic lines.
Most New Jersey adults see COVID-19 as a major threat, but beyond that, their feelings about the coronavirus pandemic and the government’s response to it are strongly colored by partisan political feelings.
Democrats Joe Biden and Cory Booker appear to be cruising to victories in blue-state New Jersey’s elections for president and U.S. Senate, according to a Stockton University poll released Oct. 16.