New Jersey residents support investing in clean energy as an important aspect of pandemic recovery efforts.
The number of people who were not at all confident that a vaccine would be adequately tested for safety rose seven percentage points since the same question was asked in June.
Gov. Phil Murphy called the daily COVID-19 infection numbers being over 1,000 for the third straight day “sobering.”
A recent poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) found when it comes to the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the approval numbers for Gov. Phil Murphy and President Donald Trump are going in opposite directions.
Gov. Phil Murphy has shaken up leadership at New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
Leading up to the General Election, groups in favor of the measure have ramped up efforts to urge voters to approve the referendum.
Sen. Cory Booker closed his remarks during the nomination hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S Supreme Court by declaring he will not vote for the nominee.
The latest statewide poll continues to show Joe Biden with a clear path to win the Presidential vote in New Jersey by a decisive margin, motivated by animus towards President Donald Trump.
With key statistics for COVID-19 rising by the day, the state’s top health official is warning New Jersey could return to conditions from this past Spring
As we get closer to the Nov. 3 general election, North-JerseyNews.com will post a weekly notebook of actions of the candidates.
A recent Fairleigh Dickinson University poll found residents of the Garden State are opposed to the recent toll hikes scheduled to go into effect, fueled by distrust of the policy makers who allowed the rate hikes to go through.
A Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) poll found New Jersey residents will await until a vaccine or treatment is widely available before returning to the way they lived their lives before the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy reiterated that in-school instruction is still the main objective for New Jersey officials.
Gov. Phil Murphy, for the second time in as many days, attacked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s plan not to offer additional aid to states battling the COVID-19 crisis.