Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on New Jersey three years ago and residents believe the state hasn't fully recovered, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Chris Christie entered the 2016 presidential race amidst sinking ratings and skepticism about his chances by New Jersey voters.
As Gov. Christie intensifies his focus on a potential presidential run, his poll ratings in New Jersey continue to drop.
Report concludes that, due to security concerns, emergency voting should not include Internet and fax voting as options.
Gov. Chris Christie's apparent "small rebound" in favorability following his Bridgegate ratings collapse now looks like a "temporary blip," according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
Two years after Superstorm Sandy, many New Jerseyans remain victims after being exploited by unscrupulous vendors and businesses.
Despite lukewarm job ratings, embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is expected to run for president in 2016, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.
A Rutgers survey finds that 45 percent of respondents were “pessimistic” that Sandy-affected parts of their town would be rebuilt better than before the storm.
Rutgers' comprehensive report details the university’s response to Superstorm Sandy and recommends enhancements to emergency procedures.
Rutgers will identify people from the hardest hit areas who need treatment and develop a network of clinicians to treat them.
Despite showing some weakness in handling such specific issues as taxes and the economy, Gov. Chris Christie easily outdistanced Democratic challenger Barbara Buono on Election Day.
As Election Day nears, most New Jerseyans agree when the governor calls himself a fighter.
Despite Gov. Chris Christie's apparent shortcomings handling several key issues, voters generally give him high grades.